Nicolas Alexander Otto encourages you to get up a little earlier, or stay a little later, in order to reap the many rewards of the magical blue hour. Here is his advice Nicolas Alexander OttoOver the years I have increasingly grown to prefer shooting the blue rather than the golden hour. It is the time after the sun has set and the sky is coloured in intensive blue light and often, depending on the cloud coverage, the landscape as well. Many photographers prefer the warm light of the golden hour just before the sun dips beneath the horizon, but here for your consideration I have gathered some reasons why you should also consider shooting during the blue hour instead of picking up your camera and leaving! You will also receive an email with a link to access the article page.