Photographing mountains may seem complicated, however, with these recommendations we present you can make it easier.
Plan your photo shoot: choose the time of day that offers the best light, know the location and direction of the light to get the best perspective.
Use a tripod: it is essential to achieve a long exposure and a sharp image.
Play with perspective: experiment with different angles and distances to capture different aspects of the mountain.
Take advantage of weather conditions: a clear or cloudy sky can completely change the appearance of the mountain.
Capture details: focus on mountain details such as rocks, trees, streams, etc. to add depth and texture to your images.
Play with composition: use the rule of thirds and other compositional concepts to create attractive, balanced images.
Adjust camera settings: use a wide aperture to create a soft blur in the background, and adjust the shutter speed to control the amount of light entering the camera.