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How to Photograph Mountains

How to Photograph Mountains

Written 10 years ago by Mark Evans

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Comments
hfng  10 years ago

Excellent tips!

Barry  10 years ago

Another great set of tips guys!

Anonymous  10 years ago

I really love the second one. I always find it helpful to have depth in a photo when taking photos of mountains.

Jame  10 years ago

Thanks, great tips. It’s not so difficult when someone simplifies it ;)

Mon  10 years ago

I just started to unleashed my passion in photography and trying to get as much good info and tips as I can… Thanks for the great site! I hope to see more tips from you.

Ximena  10 years ago

Great tips, they are very helpful.
The photos are just awesome!
thank you.

Mike  9 years ago

Great post and very helpful.

I am going to Nepal soon, people keep telling me there are problems with high altitude and photography.

Can you guys off any tips?

Cheers

Mike

Aljan  9 years ago

Nice article, hope to shoot some great shots in Italy this summer! Getting up early is the hardest part! :-)

Thanks for the tips, hope to see more landscape photos on Focussion soon!

Cliffe  7 years ago

To round it out, it would be great to add some basic remarks on camera lenses and settings. Since it’s hard to do justice to a mountain’s sheer massiveness with a standard point-and-shoot digital, what would a modern-day Ansel Adams use instead?

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