Best Settings For YOUR Landscape Photography!

10 months 1 week ago #708248 by Alex
If you’re photographing a landscape, there are some VERY important camera settings that you need to learn and master. Aperture, shutter speed, and ISO are obviously very important, but so are white balance and semi-automatic shooting modes like aperture priority and shutter priority. In today’s video, we'll go over each of these settings, explore some sample images, and get you primed and ready to create beautiful landscape photos. We’ll also discuss the details of our current giveaway, so stay tuned for that too!


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10 months 3 days ago #709083 by Scuba Mike
Honestly I haven't watched one of your videos in a long time.  I really like the direction you have gone with these!  


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8 months 6 days ago #713519 by Eliffman
When was the last time at Joshua Tree Alex?


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6 months 3 weeks ago #716903 by Farestad
Are you heading out during the hot months in California?  If so, how do you deal with the heat when out there camping?

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6 months 6 days ago #718459 by Uplander

Farestad wrote: Are you heading out during the hot months in California?  If so, how do you deal with the heat when out there camping?



Stay in a hotel.  :rofl:


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