Category Archives: Photography
Adam Zappia of Flywater Exposed considers four factors when choosing his camera gear for his next destination: reliability, control, lenses (and corresponding accessories), and image quality. For instance, a camera built on a metal chassis and a reasonable level or … more
A winter snowstorm snarled Denver traffic on February 2, so the Greenbacks of Trout Unlimited have scheduled a second evening, on February 24, to celebrate the fly-fishing industry’s best photographers. This showing will again be held at the Anthology Fine … more
Kyle Snyders, a photographer from Calgary, Canada, adds his compelling images to the Midcurrent Photo Gallery this week. “I have been fortunate to meet some very interesting and creative people over the years, and I’m thankful for the inspiration I pull from … more
John Juracek, a minimalist photographer and writer from West Yellowstone, Montana, adds his profile and images to the MidCurrent photo pages this week.
Uncage the Soul Productions produced this compilation of six months worth of time-lapse photography, working within tiny windows in weather and lighting conditions (even at night). The result is stunning.
Fishing quality, scenic value, weather, logistics, safety, an interesting culture and good beer are all things Brian O’Keefe looks for when planning his fly-fishing excursions. O’Keefe, a renowned photographer whose work has appeared in numerous fishing publications, is also a … more