In this series I am trying to see what tension can build between two sets of images which are so similar in themselves. From my research of tips and techniques to use while doing sunrise/sunset photography all say very similar points, such as; using long reaching lenses, always frame your images with people or tree branches etc. and when using the sea or lakes never lose your objects in the images by setting them a far or setting the horizon in the centre of the image; “If you know where the sun will set you can ensure you are in the most advantageous spot to get a good composition. You may want the tree branches framing the sun, a building obscuring part of it or some useful foreground detail adding depth. The worst sunset pictures are those where the horizon splits the picture across the middle so by adding a tree , church spire, foreground or even a person silhouetted to your shot you’ll have something else to attract your eye and keep you interested in the shot.”Clapp, D. (Jan 2012). Top Ten Sunset Photography Tips And Tricks. Available: http://www.ephotozine.com/article/top-ten-sunset-photography-tips-and-tricks-4789. Last accessed 31st July 2013.I went totally against all the rules in my sunset images (first set of three images) I even used a disposable camera as the cliché of doing sunsets and sunrise are deemed amateur. So these images went along these lines. Whereas the last set of three images are sunrise, where I have used all the rules, used in different ways. So I’ve captured some images with a person silhouetted in the image, and used buildings and trees in the others. By doing this project I wanted to see why they put these rules in, as being an amateur photographer and not knowing all the rules, you can still create a much more beautiful image than of those who know all the rules. Even so it is much harder doing your images on film (disposable camera) because you don’t know how your images are actually going to come out, while only having a certain amount of images. Whereas while using your DSLR you can snap away as many times as you like to capture more perfect images.