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    Handy site to determine sunrise/sunset times:::

    Here is a handy site to assist in determining sunrise and sunset times for your locations.


    http://www.golden-hour.com/

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    Thanks Dan have it bookmarked
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    I use my iPhone, App called photocalc, has a heap of features for those with iPhones, sunrise, sunsets, dof, exposure reciprocation, circle of confusion, flash exposure and more.
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    I think Photocalc is also available for PDA's, and I think I had it once?? (something similar anyhow!)
    I just use my GPS

    But there are programs that do it on your PC.. something called Emphemeris, or Sun and Moon Ephemeris.
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    And if you are a firefox user, Sun Cult is a very useful add on with a high degree of customization for you particular location.
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    Thanks for posting Dan, could come in handy.
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    This is another Aus site that will determine it also - also the different stages of twilight etc
    Sunrise/Sunset, Civil Twilight, Nautical twilight, Astronomical Twilight, Sun Transit Time

    http://www.ga.gov.au/geodesy/astro/sunrise.jsp
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    very useful, cheers!

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    Thanks for the link

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