oh yes. If I was a real full time photographer, there is a lot that can be done. Sunrise and Sunset angles. Research with apps like photopills and TPE to find good spots for light.
For your location during these days, the sun doesn't get as low as to have night. You only probably have astro twilight. It’s possible to capture, but more challenging. Check when the sun is lower under the horizon. That’s the best time for you
Star Chart on my phone (need to try the Stellarium app sometime) for star/object positions live and over time, and PS Align Pro for telescope goodies (plus also weather forecasts!). I hear PhotoPills also has a few nice features for planning with Sun/Moon/Milky Way.