ISO for Landscape Photography

10 15



Using ISO for landscape photography can sometimes be seen as a bit of a negative, but used correctly can actually improve the quality of our photographs. In this weeks episode of landscape photography tips, I chat about how to use ISO on your camera for freezing motion and also to take creative images. Sometimes the best settings for landscape photography can be a little confusing, especially if you are just starting out, so I really hope you will find this video helpful.

Episode 1 is available to view here – EQUIPMENT
Episode 2 is available to view here – FOCAL LENGTH

Check out the blog for more information about this topic.

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10 Comments
  1. Andy Astbury says

    Incorrect information here Ian – ISO does NOT change the sensitivity of the sensor to light. Don't believe me then ask any camera manufacturer. ISO is nothing more than applied signal gain, and that gain is only applied after the exposure has been completed and the cameras internal A/D converter hands the signal off to the amplification processor. Sorry to contradict you but the dissemination of incorrect information in YouTube videos needs to stop.

  2. Mike Gentry says

    I might need to watch this one a few times, loaded with great info. I wasn't aware of the 200 shutter speed for 200 mm lens tip. I just got the 100-400 mm lens and was planning to hand hold so, this will surely help. Thanks!

  3. They Caged Non says

    Great video Ian, sound advice as usual.

  4. Adrian Alford Photography says

    Top video, enjoyed watching this.  Thanks very much for sharing.

  5. Noealz Photo says

    solid tips ian : )

  6. Niko Holm says

    Hey Ian, thanks for the great tips. Would love to see a video about your thoughts on getting a good shot in a boring landscape with no hills and maybe some water. If you feel like it of course!😎

  7. Urban Departures says

    Great video as per usual. A video on metering techniques covering the various scenarios a landscape tog would come across…seascapes, sunrise, woodland etc would go down a treat 🙂

  8. Alan Brunelle says

    Good overview, thanks for sharing your expertise. I think it's funny that a guy who will bring along two camera bodies, all those lenses, a drone, tripod, &c &c. is worried about the size/weight of a 3-stop ND 😉 Another thing I use ISO for w/ the Fuji is when I get above 60 second exposures you only have full stops for shutter speeds. So if I calculate that (say) 120 seconds is too short but 240 seconds its too long, I will use the ISO to get me in the sweet spot in between – laziness: don't want to go into bulb mode and have to remember when to turn off the camera. 😉

  9. Alain Lafleche says

    Thanks, great explanation !!

  10. ian worth says

    Hope you're having a great week, let me know in the comments, ideas for future episodes of landscape photography tips. ATB Ian

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