Sunday Classic / The Myth of Manual

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IT'S A COMMON MISCONCEPTION THAT "REAL PHOTOGRAPHERS" ONLY SHOOT IN MANUAL. It's not true. Certainly not for me. I grew up using manual cameras. Cameras that didn't even have light meters. In fact I've spent as much time looking at the ground glass of a view...

Saturday Shoutout / Keep ‘em Wet Photo Tips

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As anglers who love fly fishing we have a responsibility to the fish. Catch and release fly fishing is a subject dear to my heart. Most fly anglers understand the importance of using best practices when handling fish. Lately the slogan “keep ‘em wet” has been...

6 Ways To Instantly Start Taking Better Fish Photos

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By Kyle Wilkinson Long before the days of Instagram or Facebook, taking pictures of a prized catch was still a big part of the fishing experience for most anglers. As you might be able to imagine, I see A LOT of fish pictures given my current...

How To Hold Fish For A Photo: Video

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Here’s a few simple tips on how to best hold a fish and get a great photograph, without harming the fish. There’s a lot of debate right now about photographing fish. Like most topics that get blown out of proportion on the internet, this debate is...

Sunday Classic / Getting Sharper Photos In Low Light

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IT'S NO COINCIDENCE THAT WHEN THE LIGHT GETS PRETTY, IT ALSO GETS LOWER. That is to say that like low water, there just isn't much of it. Those early morning and late evening shots are beautiful but challenging. Low light means slow shutter speeds and, all...

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