• Overcome Your Fear of Going Above ISO 100 in Landscape Photography

    28 days ago - By Peta Pixel

    A common misconception among beginning landscape photographers is that when using a tripod, one should stay at ISO 100 for the best resulting photos. Photographer Mark Denney made this 10-minute video dispelling the myth and showing examples of when that's not true.
    “I was so conditioned to think that the only way to get a super clean-looking photograph was to use ISO 100,” Denney says, “and the moment that I increased that from 100 to, say, 200, the overall image quality is immediately degraded and it just starts to go down the higher I increase my ISO.”
    As a test, Denney shot a series of...
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