Surfers in the US and the UK will be familiar with the sunsets that greet them at sunset, and the best surfers in each of the three continents have taken to Instagram to share their sunrise experiences.
Here’s how to get in on the action, using the hashtag #SurfItForward.
From Australia to New Zealand, some of the best waves in the world can be seen at sunset on Instagram.
Some have even taken to posting sunrise videos on their own accounts.
Some of the more impressive surfers, such as Australian surf legend John Rolfe, use Instagram to showcase his favourite spots to share the action.
If you’re a US or UK surfer, you can get your sunrise video on YouTube, but not in the way that we’re used to.
Instead, you need to use a free streaming app called Stream.
For a little extra cash, Stream offers a “sunrise sunrise” option.
This allows you to watch your sunrise sunrise videos as they roll in, without the need to subscribe to any channels or subscribe to a feed.
If you’re looking for some more sunrise videos, check out our video guide on the best Instagram sunrise videos.
But for surfers living in the West Coast, you’ll be best served by subscribing to one of the most popular video streaming apps, Vimeo.
Here, you will be able to watch sunrise sunrise footage on demand and subscribe to your favourite channels and feeds, or simply use Stream to watch it all.
Some surfers also use YouTube to show off their sunrise surf videos.
You can watch sunrise videos from the comfort of your living room.
And, if you prefer, you could also use the social network to share sunrise videos with friends and family, but don’t worry, it’s all on Instagram too.
You’ll also want to subscribe on Instagram for the best sunset sunrise surfing video content.
You might have seen some of these sunsets from your own backyard or a sunset spot in a park, or a sunrise on a beach in your backyard.
You could even do the same thing in a crowded city and just post a sunset sunset video.
Or you could simply create your own sunrise sunrise video and post it to Instagram and get some sunrise surfing action.