How To BRACKET For PERFECTLY EXPOSED Landscape Photos

7/21/2019 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments


In this week’s episode, Mark Denney discusses how to bracket for perfectly exposed landscape photos. Perhaps one of the most difficult aspects of landscape photography is determining how to properly expose your photos when lighting conditions are less than ideal.



These difficult lighting conditions are rather common when it comes to landscape and outdoor photography with the most frequent occurrence being a bright sky with a dark foreground. The dynamic range in today's cameras has never been better, but even the best cameras out there still struggle with properly exposing areas of extreme light and extreme dark within a single image, and this is where exposure bracketing helps.

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About Mark Denney:


My passion for landscape photography has grown from my love of the great outdoors. The serenity and therapeutic nature are perhaps what I enjoy most about it. I treasure the complete process that landscape photography requires, from the on-location aspect of actually traveling and taking the image to the post processing workflow of Lightroom and Photoshop.  Let's Get Connected: markdenneyphotography.com |  Twitter | Facebook | Instagram


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