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5 Tips For Capturing Perfect Sunsets

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Make the most of the days getting longer and capture a stunning sunscape

Sunrises and sunsets are one of the most popular subjects to photograph, but they can also be one of the most difficult. If you want to make sure that getting out of bed beafore the sun rises is worthwhile, follow our top tips to capturing your best- ever sunscape …

Description: Make the most of the days getting longer and capture a stunning sunscape

Make the most of the days getting longer and capture a stunning sunscape

Wrap up warm

Sunrise and sunset might look warm with all the orange and red hues but you will son get cold. Take fingerless gloves so you can still work your camera, as well as waterproofs and other warm clothing.

Time it right

Research your location online before you set out. What time is sunrise? Aim to be there an hour before this to get to your location and set up your camera before that action happens.

Scout the location

Visit the location the day before in the daylight. Find the angle and position you want to shoot from and take some test shots to make sure no ungly lamp posts or bins appear in your final sunscape composition.

Camera settings

Description: Perfect Sunsets Captured with the Canon S95

 A Perfect Sunsets Captured with the Canon S95

It will be dark when you get there so be sure to preprogram in some of your settings. Preselect a sunset scene mode if you have one, or go for shutter priority on a long speed if you are shooting on a tripod.

The golden hour

The first and last hour of sunlight produces the best colours and the light is softer and more diffused. Be prepared and take lots of shots.

Technical tip

Try setting your camera’s white balance to ‘Cloudy’ or ‘Shade’ to warm up the colours of the sunset even more.

Reader tip Paul Gamble

“Wait until the sun is at its lowest and less intense but richer in colour, or until the sun is just below the horion for a slightly different warmth and feeling to the shot. But be quick as the window of opportunity for the colours you are looking for will soon close.”

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