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Tips on photographing your fishing excursions

Tips on photographing your fishing excursions

Have your camera ready, I recommend shooting with a dedicated camera but even good photos can be made with your phone camera.  If you can shoot with a DSLR or Mirrorless camera understand the lens is more important than the body.  A good lens on a less expensive body will produce better results than the other way around.  Shooting at larger apetures (smaller number like 2.8, 4, 5.6) create more pleasing photos, subject is in focus and background slightly blurred. Try shooting in Manual mode, learn your camera and you can control the results and ultimately create your own style of photography, youtube has limitless tutorials available.


Throwback to early last fishing season and yesterday.

Throwback to early last fishing season and yesterday.

We caught and released some great Rainbows and Grayling.

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Russian River Bear

Russian River Bear

At this point we realized another bear had walked into the scene so there were now four total.  As we watched them it appeared to be a momma with twins and a two year old, probably a previous cub of hers. 

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“So we walked all this way and there’s someone here”.

“So we walked all this way and there’s someone here”.

 As they stood there staring at me I smiled and nodded.  The older man says, “so we walked all this way and there’s someone here”.


Where we come from....

Where we come from....

  In 2007 my wife wanted to learn to fly fish and I have always loved making images with the camera and working on them artistically.  For the last thirteen years we have put our passions  together and pursued fishing and photography.  This  will be a place for me to share our experiences  fishing and living in Alaska.