When you think of exposure settings for landscape photography, you likely think of using your camera's base ISO and nothing else. But when it comes to getting the shot, there is nothing wrong with raising your ISO if needed, and this excellent video discusses why.
Coming to you from Mark Denney, this insightful video discusses why it is okay to raise your ISO if necessary in landscape photography. The truth is that modern bodies have incredibly good noise performance, and you can get very good results at ISO settings even well above your camera's base setting. And often, this is preferable to adjusting either your aperture or shutter speed. For landscapes, you frequently want a deep depth of field to get everything sharp and in focus, and while you may use a slower shutter speed for creative effect or to gather more light, there are times when you need it to freeze motion — a windy day causing leaves to blur, for example. Check out the video above for the full rundown from Denney.
And if you would like to continue to learn about landscape photography, be sure to check out "Photographing The World 1: Landscape Photography and Post-Processing with Elia Locardi."