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...

Life Is Too Short To Fish In Ugly Places

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I was recently reminded that the places we fish are as important as the fish we cast for. I was tagged in a Facebook challenge on nature photography by my buddy Tim Romano. (#challengeonnaturephotography) I don't think of myself as a nature photographer, but once...

8 Tips On Photographing Fish Without Harming Them

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You can take better photos of the fish you catch and still practice good Catch-and-Release. Is the fly fishing media turning anglers off to catch-and-release? I received a pretty agitated email form a reader the other day. Thankfully, he was not responding to anything written here...

Saturday Shoutout / Surface Film 5

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Surface Film Five is on! I'm proud to be part of this great event. It's the highlight of Fly-Art year for me. Get out and support the greenbacks. Here's a quick rundown from Tim Romano of Fly Talk. Five years ago, a small group of conservation-minded anglers...

12 Tips for Taking Awesome Fishing Photos

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WANT TO TAKE BETTER FLY FISHING PHOTOS? Just the other day one our Facebook followers asked if I would post some tips for taking better fishing photos. I've written a good bit on the subject, but the articles are scattered across the site. I thought this...