Even if you’re not an early bird, here’s something worth getting up earlier for. On 10 June this year, the US and Canada-based photographers will be able to observe and shoot a “sunrise eclipse.” In other words, the sun will rise in the middle of a deep partial eclipse, giving you a chance for creating some striking images.
Golden Hour and Blue Hour are the optimum times for us photographers. It’s been drilled into us since day one. We have apps that tell us when the sun will rise and set, and tell us in which direction. The thing is, it’s only worth knowing that information if the sunset or sunrise is going to add to our shot.
There’s a science behind beautiful sunrises and sunsets. This article aims to arm you with the key factors which make for a beautiful sky.