Camera Settings for Landscape Photography – Free Quick Guide

Landscape photography is a hugely popular genre, with most photographers enjoying the chance to capture stunning images in the great outdoors.

It is an accessible genre as even those who live in a city can find a green space to create shots.

And the world is full of beautiful locations that offer fantastic photographic opportunities.

In this guide, we’ll be looking at specific camera settings to help you get started in landscape photography. We will also explore other tips and tricks to assist you in getting the best landscape images possible.

Here’s what’s covered in this guide:

  • Why do you want a lens with a fixed maximum aperture?
  • Thoughts on whether to use a tripod
  • Recommended filters and how they affect camera settings
  • Turning on the Rule of Thirds grid…
  • The need for camera Raw as your chosen camera file format
  • Auto white balance, good or bad? (Important Info!)
  • A cool and useful accessory – the Reverse Neutral Density filter
  • Camera setting suggestions for all of these possibilities!

Get your Camera Settings for Landscape Photography guide right now.

Photo Credit: Jo Plumridge

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