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Prepare for your sunset

To shoot a setting sun, you may want to set up a tripod and determine ahead of time some possible exposures that will work. When the sun is setting, you sometimes don’t have a lot of time to get just the right shot, such as this telephoto image taken on Washington State’s Pacific coastline.

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