EX­PERTS SAY

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Paul Gro­gan

■ Try stick­ing with one lens and mov­ing around. Some­times all you need is to change po­si­tion to make a scene pop. Get down low and shoot up at moun­tains with a wide-an­gle lens to make them seem even larger.

Jason Par­nell-Brookes

■ Shoot in all weath­ers and all times of the day. You’ll be sur­prised at how much a land­scape can change in just a mat­ter of hours. Try go­ing out be­fore dawn to cap­ture the morn­ing hues.

An­gela Ni­chol­son

■ Man­ual mode gives you full con­trol over ev­ery as­pect of the im­age, but don’t rule out aper­ture- or shut­ter-pri­or­ity al­to­gether. In some sit­u­a­tions, they free you to think about the set­tings you want to vary.

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