Now Available in ON1 Plus: How to Shoot a Sunrise and Sunset

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The next episode of How to Shoot will come just in time for you to get your summertime sunrise or sunset photos.  How to Shoot sunrises and sunsets with coach Hudson Henry will feature in-studio examples, gear discussion, scouting, and the best practices for editing.

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7 comments on “Now Available in ON1 Plus: How to Shoot a Sunrise and Sunset”

  1. On August 19, 2019 at 2:02 pm David Price wrote:

    Sounds really good, and I will look forward to putting it all into practice, in perhaps ten months time. (We have already had the first of the Autumn Gales, in August! :-) )

    Best wishes, David Price

  2. On August 21, 2019 at 8:34 pm Kenny Wright wrote:

    Hi Hudson. Shooting Sunsets & Sunrises are my favorites. Can’t wait! could you speed it up a little?? I’m in Clearwater, Fl. We have lots of good ones here.


  3. On August 24, 2019 at 5:04 am Steven Wasserman wrote:

    I was told photographing into the sun will damage the sensor. Is this true?
    Would you recommend using ten stop filter

    1. On August 27, 2019 at 2:50 pm Hudson Henry replied:

      If you zoom in on the sun with a huge lens and track it, like you might with the Eclipse then maybe. I routinely include Sunstars in my frame with wide angle lenses. Now that said. I wouldn’t point the camera at the sun in live view and leave it there exposing the sensor for 15 minutes not moving. I’ll just say that I’ve had a lot of cameras over the years pointed at the sun without ever having an issue. :-)

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