It’s never easy waking up early to take sunrise photos, but it’s often quite rewarding. I’ve had some spectacular results in the past, with many of you asking where and how I took these photos. If you’re interested in joining me for a sunrise shoot, I welcome anybody and everybody on this particular day when the sun will rise near the CN Tower—and it will do so only from this location! It will be a great way to see the morning sun as it peaks behind the Toronto skyline, and crosses behind the CN Tower.
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This will be a casual meetup where anybody who is interested is welcome to show up—I will be there shooting even if nobody else shows up. Many people have expressed interest in coming along with me in the past, so hopefully those people may want to join in on this special day.
The sun will rise above the horizon at 6:55am. However, that doesn’t mean you should arrive at that time. The golden hour happens before the sun actually rises above the horizon, so if you’re interested in seeing some beautiful colours (pending Mother Nature’s cooperation!), then it’s best to be at the park at least 30min. before sunrise. I’ll be there for 6:30am.
What Happens During a Sunrise?
Don’t know what happens during a sunrise? First, you’ll get the blue glow behind the skyline, like you see below. And if it isn’t cloudy like it is in the photo, you’ll get a much more pronounced blue throughout.
What happens next is why you made that effort to get out of bed so early! However, what you see really all depends on Mother Nature. Some days you’ll get the yellow-orange glow accompanying the blue.
While other days you’ll get some spectacular display or reds, oranges, yellows, and maybe even pinks.
As the sun rises above the horizon, the light reflecting off the buildings will continue to provide for some great photo opportunities of the skyline.
And after the sun rises, you can still get some good shots with a little creativity.
How Do I Take Sunrise Photographs?
That’s a good question. You can read up on my blog entry here about how I take my sunrise photos. It lists what you’ll need and what planning typically happens for each shoot I go to.
While I typically don’t use many props, you’re more than welcome to bring whatever props you may think you’ll want to use for sunrise photos.
The location of the sunrise shoot is near the Sir Casimir Gzowski Park, along Lakeshore Blvd. West. You can see the Google Map of where this is, below. For those of you taking the TTC, you can get off the lakeshore streetcar at Windermere and walk down to the park.
Where: Park where the red car is above, and walk down to where the red marker is.
When: Sunday April 3, 2016, 6:30am
Why: Sun will rise near the CN Tower.
For additional sunrise inspiration, feel free to check out my # on Instagram: #TorontoSunriseSeriesByTaku!
Questions? Concerns? Let me know in the comments below!