I love this series by Ossian Lindholm as he shares some terrific short tips and reminders. It's all about raising the bar on the quality of your images. There are now six in the series and lots more coming. A big thanks to Ossian, Travel Vision Journeys and Lauren Hefferon.
Imagine what it would be like to be on a trip with him!
This mountain is one of the most famous in South America, it is called the Fitz Roy and its eastern face is a wall of granite rock just under 6300 feet high. For climbers it is a regular challenge and is just as important for photographers. The Fitz Roy is one of those mountains you have to photograph on any trip to Patagonia.
Here we see it at dawn (the top image), noon and dusk. It’s all about personal taste, but for me the first one taken during morning sweet light is my favorite.
Don’t be afraid to return to great locations at different times of the day. The lighting on any landscape scene is constantly changing and giving you one creative option after another to capture outstanding images.