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When photographing landscape I generally have my camera in one of two modes. Aperture Priority or Manual. Aperture Priority is a setting that allows you to control the Aperture and the camera controls the shutter speed. This way you have a little less to worry about and since the mountain typically will not be going anywhere the shutter does not matter. When in this mode you need to learn to use the exposure compensation feature of your camera (button with a +/- sign). This feature is used when the camera doesn’t get the exposure right. It allows you to manually override the camera's settings while keeping the Aperture the same.