6 Sunset Photography Tips
Do you want to work on your sunset photography as the weather heats up? Check out these 6 tips to make sure you always capture the best picture:
Consider Timing-This is probably the most common mistake made by amateur sunset photographers. Do not go too soon! There are too many people who pack their things and go home immediately after the sun goes down below the horizon. Unfortunately, these people lack time (about 20 minutes) when the sky is lit again with incredible brightness of colors (some say it is almost like a second sun)!
Do not Overexpose – If you underexpose slightly sunburned, you are more likely to pull out the rich and amazing colors with a better definition. Selecting a fast shutter speed in manual mode can best achieve this.
Make a Figure – Too many photographers make the mistake of composing sunburns at dusk with the horizon line at the end of time, every time. Stop doing that! For a more attractive and colorful shoot, place the horizon at the bottom or top third of the image instead.
Avoid filters: Too many fans make the mistake of using polarizing filters to photograph the sunset. The truth is that they do not help to delve into the colors at all.
Use an application to make sure you do not rush to sunbathing in time (and hence precipitate the fit selections and your composing process), try using an app that can tell you the best time to go. This graduated NYIP has actually developed and launched an application that can tell you the best time to take sunburns based on your GPS coordinates.