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Tips for Better Mountain Photography #194
Written: 2003.05.10 by: David Wasserman

The article illustrates tips on lighting, scene selection, and composition with links to photo essays.

[photo]Page14a.jpg[caption]Sometimes the photographer has to get up closeand personal to get the shot.[/photo] Most of us take photographs during our trips to the mountains. For some of us, photography is one of the main reasons for hiking or climbing. And most of us are vaguely disappointed when we look at the images we have captured. There are some basic photographic techniques that seem to work most of the time in producing pictures that are more satisfying. The purpose of this article is to outline some of those techniques and illustrate them with photo essays from the Canadian

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