How to Use a Histogram For Landscape Photography

Manual mode, exposure, aperture, ISO, side light, etc.

All of these things are extremely important to getting your photos exactly the way you want them. 

Want to know what's most important that many photographers forget about?

The histogram.

Using a histogram for landscape photography is of the utmost importance. 

Why? 

Because your eyes will lie to you. 

That's right. Your eyes will deceive you when it comes to light. 

Don't believe me?

Well, have you ever taken a photo and it looks way different when you get it on your computer than when you took it in the field?

If you answered yes, then you should believe me now.

No worries. Here's a video on how to use your histogram so your eyes never trick you again.

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