Shutter speed, ISO, and aperture are essential tools that you can use to get more creative with your shots while shooting in the mountains. Learn how your histogram can help you determine the best of each.
Getting the best results from your mountain subjects depends a lot on how you manage lighting conditions. While your camera will often steer you in the right direction, you sometimes have to override it and make decisions on exposure, shutter speed, and ISO. Learn more about how these elements work together to give you the best results.
Avoid Mistakes That Can Ruin Your Shot
There are so many elements that make a photograph special. There’s the subject itself, your equipment, the lighting and other weather conditions, and so on. There are also many things that can go wrong. Learning how to spot and eliminate problems, as well as maximizing the positive to getting photographs that you can be proud of!
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