I’m sure you’ve seen those beautiful professional photographs of the Grand Canyon, filled with lots of color and depth. How do you get those gorgeous photos? Those photos are usually taken either at sunrise or sunset. It’s all about losing some sleep time, getting out early to capture the right light and finding the right location.
One of the most beautiful locations to view sunrise at the Grand Canyon is Yaki Point, located on the easternmost side of the Grand Canyon Village. Getting that great photo at Yaki Point wasn’t done by just staying behind the railing and the short ledge and trying to dodge the trees that are in the line of view. Sometimes to get a great photo, you have to tap into your adventurous side – just a little. This is how we did it.If you enjoyed this post, Get free updates via RSS or Email and connect with me on