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Discussion in 'Photo Hut' started by paint it black, Dec 31, 2009.
Here they are!
Report will be posted in the fishing section by Alonzo (gettingitdone).
And people wonder why I block my tires when launching or retrieving...
Nice work. Two tips. Don't be afraid to get in the water to take the pic. That way you get more feesh and less boat/person. It would take that shot to a whole nother level. Also restage your release shot to get rid of the glare. For the best release shots shoot with the sun on the back of the fish, and use a tad slower shutter speed for good depth in the water.
Yea, we thought about getting in the water for the shot, but then we didn't want to blow a shot at the next school of tailing bonefish that was in our sight.
We went for some quick pics and I got back on the platform to pole him to another school of tailers.
That's why we didn't get many, or great pics of mine.
We took quick shots to release it because there was another school really close to the boat tailing away.
Wanted to get a chance to catch two (which we did).
I'm sure I'll learn more of these techniques and stuff as I progress.
I just figure the more pictures I take, the better I will be getting.
Or at least I hope!