4 Tips For Capturing Better Release Shots of Your Fish

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YOUR BEST SHOT AT CAPTURING A GOOD PHOTOGRAPH OF YOU AND YOUR CATCH, IS FIRST HAVING SOMEONE ALONG WITH YOU THAT'S COMPETENT WITH A CAMERA IN THEIR HANDS. But even a world class photographer will tell you, it's extremely difficult getting those picture perfect photographs, if...



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...