New on MidCurrent: Tips to Improve Fishing Photography

Fly fishing photography has changed a lot in recent years. The Kodak Moment has been replaced by the Nikon 5-Frame-Per-Second Shot along with truer color, computerized white balance and post-capture manipulation software that means the shooting ain’t over until the flash card is erased. Some things never change, though, such as the need for clever composition, the role of fill flash, and most important of all, planning. This week Zach Matthews exposes us to the many discoveries he’s made in the era of all-digital technology and reminds us of the basics behind good fly fishing photography.

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