"Fine Art" style of exposure
A few things, one is you should meter for the subject, this being the mountain, secondly get a real light meter that has a spot meter for anything that's like a mountain as the iPhone won't capture this properly. Third is you probably chose the wrong time of day, even with color you should have chosen dawn before the sun came up and exposed for several minutes, fourth is that I don't think you had a haze filter on, and depending on the amount of moisture in the air you probably aren't seeing "over exposure" you're seeing water vapor in the air, a really good haze filter will HELP with this, not eliminate it, sometimes it's the right time of DAR or the right day that is clear and crisp and dry. Fifth is what the above poster said, before doing color start with B&W and spend a few YEARS learning and understanding light and your use if color filters etc. sixth is lean your color film you use, what film is this? For more "dramatic" looks, it's best to use the hardest film to expose of the lot which is transparency film, however that last but is personal preference, not to be held to by everyone.
Originally Posted by Pandysloo
Hope that helped somewhat.
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