Tell the Story With Fewer Photos

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This is the easiest way I know to become a better photographer. It’s been a while since I posted a photography tip, but this is a good one. I had a conversation the other day that made me think about photographic storytelling. I took a really...



Saturday Shoutout / Know When To Hold ‘Em

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Some interesting perspective on Grip and Grin photos from the folks at orvis News. There is always controversy around hero shots of angers with their catch. While I personally support responsible grip-and-grin photography, not everyone is on board. Not everyone is responsible either. This piece by...



Sunday Classic / Camera Grip

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THE WAY YOU HOLD YOUR FLY ROD AFFECTS YOUR CASTING, RIGHT? THE WAY YOU HOLD YOUR CAMERA MATTERS, TOO. Most people never stop to think about it, but I remember being taught in school the proper grip for a camera. First off, all SLRs are right...



Sunday Classic / Light, Composition and Action

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THERE ARE A LOT OF ELEMENTS TO A SUCCESSFUL PHOTOGRAPH. MANY ARE TECHNICAL, BUT THE MOST IMPORTANT ARE AESTHETIC. A technically perfect image is worthless if it doesn't capture the eye, and the imagination, of the viewer. Unfortunately, most new photographers get so wrapped up in...



Fishing Dog Friday / Indy

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Meet Indy, half lab, all awesome. Indy calls Roscoe, NY home and can often be seen chasing, and sometimes catching, waterfowl on the Delaware River. His dad, Bryn Bode, can always count on Indy for some decomposing deer parts he finds along the bank. Thanks Indy!...