Why you want to fly a drone at Dusk or Dawn

[DJI Air 2s, Mode = Normal, ISO 300, 1/15, ƒ/2.8, (35mm = 22)]

As you can see from the photo above much of the photo is dark with just the areas where there are lights lighting up.

University of the Nations ~ YWAM [DJI Air 2s, Mode = Normal, ISO 120, 1/1250, ƒ/2.8, (35mm = 22)]

Now during the day time everything has the same amount of light on the photo.

Kona, Hawaii [DJI Air 2s, Mode = Normal, ISO 110, 1/180, ƒ/2.8, (35mm = 22)]

Now here is the same location during the day time and night time.

Kona, Hawaii [DJI Air 2s, Mode = Normal, ISO 550, 1/8, ƒ/2.8, (35mm = 22)]

Here is not just example of daytime and night time, but this is how locations will take advantage and add colored lights to their water fountains at night.

Kona, Hawaii [DJI Air 2s, Mode = Normal, ISO 440, 1/13, ƒ/2.8, (35mm = 22)]

During the daytime they don’t even run the fountain as much. Not as dramatic. Now there was heavy overcast when this was shot early morning.

University of the Nations ~ YWAM [DJI Air 2s, Mode = Normal, ISO 420, 1/15, ƒ/2.8, (35mm = 22)]

I hope you now know why photographers like getting up before sunrise and going out to shoot as well at sunset. Find a location like I did for these photos and shoot them in the daytime and then nighttime with your phone.