Jolene Rempel looking at mountains from Guinn's Pass Trail in Kananaskis Country, Alberta, Canada.

Mountain Photography

If you’re less than thrilled by your mountains photos or you just want to make them that much better, this series will help you up your photography game so you can truly capture the beauty you see.  

Adam, Anna and Mark Kucharski hiking up Mist Mountain in Kananaskis Country, Alberta, Calgary.

7 Easy Composition Tricks for Stunning Mountain Photos

Discover how some of the simplest composition tricks can make a huge impact to the beauty and interest of your mountain photos. 

Lower Galatea Lake in Kananaskis Country, Alberta, Canada.

How to Apply the Rule of Thirds to Your Photos: An Illustrated Guide

The rule of thirds can transform your mountain photos from boring to wow! Learn how it works with this easy to understand, photographic guide. 

Jolene Rempel atop Pocaterra Ridge in Kananaskis Country, Alberta, Canada.

The Best Colors to Wear for Superior Mountain Photos

Wearing the wrong colors or clothes can ruin an otherwise great mountain photo. Discover what to wear for excellent photo results. 

Rawson Lake hike in winter in Kananaskis Country, Alberta, Canada.

Colors to Avoid Wearing in Your Mountain Photos

Taking lame pictures is a terrible way to waste your time in the mountains. Learn what to avoid so you can focus on creating classic, timeless photos.

Jolene Rempel en route to Cirque Peak in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada.

How to Choose the Right Subject for Incredible Mountain Photos

Learn why every incredible photo needs a subject to focus on. Find out how to pick the right subject at the correct size for great results. 

Hayley Mead and Jolene Rempel on Cirque Peak in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada.

5 Terrible Types of Mountain Photos to Never Take Again

The quality of the hike you select will have a huge impact on the photos you can take. Discover three ways to better pick your next mountain adventure.