Tim Romano on Fly Fishing Photos: "Get Close"

May 30, 2010 By: Marshall Cutchin

In a short interview with the Backpacker Magazine blog, The Daily Dirt, Tim Romano talks about taking better fly fishing photographs. Says Romano, “The one thing I would say to make photos more interesting is very simple: Get closer to your subject. Really close. So many people take shots from about 10 feet away and let all sorts of unimportant objects into the frame. Simply get closer, look around the edges of the frame for distractions, recompose and shoot.”