Tips on Shooting an Iconic Sunrise

Premium Video Preview: Log in or become a member to get full access.
Duration: 7:16

Membership Options

Premium

Sign up for premium membership and get access to our best outdoor photography videos. Learn new photography techniques and tips from friendly professional photographers. Anytime. Anywhere.
Monthly $7.00
Annually $65.00

Gold

Upgrade to GOLD membership and get unlimited access to our entire library of premium outdoor photography videos, receive discounts on DVDs, video downloads, and classes in the shop. In addition, you’ll receive eight video downloads, two full-length classes, self-study educational tracks, access to GOLD member LIVE events, and so much more!
Annually $125.00

For landscape photographers, the sunrise image is iconic. In this video, outdoor photographer, Adam Barker, takes you to Utah’s Provo River for tips on how to make your sunrise pictures shine.

Adam photographs a fly fisherman and incorporates a landscape into the scene. As the sun rises over the mountains, it backlights the fisherman through the dramatic mist. Adam exposes for the highlights, the fisherman in silhouette. He shoots multiple exposures and experiments with various angles. “When find your ideal composition,” he says, “shoot it in many different ways to get your best shot.”

Join professional shooter, Adam Barker, for tips on shooting the iconic sunrise image.

opg-next-session

MORE IN THIS COURSE:

Completing your Outdoor Photography with Landscape Filters – Course Preview
Shooting with Filters at Bells Canyon
Photographing American Fork Canyon
Photographing in the Early Morning Light
Photographing Cascade Peak
How to Focus on Compositional Elements in Photography
Shooting with a Grad ND Filter
Fall Foliage Photography Tips and Techniques
Photographing Wildlife: Strategies and Techniques
How to Photograph Reflections
Landscape Photography: Shooting Grass
Capturing Photos at Dusk
Tips for Best Photographing Moonrise
Fly Fishing Photography Tips and Techniques
Shooting with Filters in the Late Dawn Light
Tips for Shooting an Iconic Sunrise
Photographing Outdoor Stock Shots