How can you make the most of sunny or cloudy days? Learn how to use the weather to your advantage in this session. Learn why cloudy skies are your best friend and how to overcome lighting challenges and still get awesome shots.
Weather can add to your shot as well as detract from it. The mountain photography tips covered in this session teach you how to make the most of lighting, clouds, and other elements so that you can achieve those dramatic shots. Don’t settle for flat shots—let weather help you up your photography game.
Knowing When to Shoot, and When to Call it a Day
Sometimes, cloudy, gray weather can be your friend. Damp weather, windy weather, and sunny weather all have their pluses and minuses. The key is learning how to use the existing conditions to your advantage. Sometimes, however, weather is simply not your friend, and shooting will have to wait another day.
MORE IN THIS COURSE:
- Tips for Landscape Photography in the Mountains—Course Preview
- Mountain Landscape Photography Gear Tips
- Mountain Photography Tips for Weather and Lighting
- Fall Foliage Photography in the Mountains
- Water Photography Tips for Shooting in the Mountains
- Morning in the Mountains
- Mountain Subjects and Tips for Shooting Each
- Photography Textures and Patterns When Shooting Outdoors
- How to Use a Light Meter and Live View on Your DSLR
- Fall Lake at Sunset