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Photography

Podcast Episode: Bryan Gregson on Anchored

In this recent episode of Anchored, Bryan Gregson sits down with host April Vokey to talk about making photography a career. “An award-winning adventure sports and documentary photographer and cinematographer, Bryan has been featured in publications and ad campaigns for numerous companies worldwide. His talent speaks for itself, but it’s his incredible...

10 Tips for Better Fish Photos

From safe fish handling techniques to light and angle, John Juracek outlines 10 tips for taking better fish photos in this article via Hatch Magazine. “Foremost in my mind is an appreciation for what the fish have provided in the way of sport,” he writes. “If I'm going to ask for their picture as well as for the excitement of their capture, I feel a...

Tippets: Flats of Andros Island, Short Sticks

Russ Lumpkin, Editor of Gray's Sporting Journal, and Seth Fields, editor of The Angling Report, spent five days fishing the flats at Andros Island Bonefish Club. This photo essay features highlights. “When the day is done and everyone is spent, you have two choices: go back to the lodge to rest and have a few drinks, or put on your flats boots and get...

Video Hatch: “YETI and Orvis Present: Andy”

Renowned photographer Andy Anderson has traveled the world to shoot everything under the sun, including fly fishing and wingshooting. In this short film, “He shares some of his thoughts and philosophies about the art form to which he has dedicated his life.Via Colorblind Media.

Montana Fly Fishing Photography 101 Workshop with Jess McGlothlin

Jess McGlothlin will be hosting several upcoming fly fishing photography 101 classes at The Tackle Shop in Ennis, Montana. A Women’s Workshop will be held Saturday, August 20, 2016; and a co-ed workshop will follow on Saturday, September 3, 2016. Read more in the press release below. Montana Fly Fishing Photography 101 Workshop Brought to you by The...

Photographing Fish

Recent news and articles have focused on the harm photographing fish can do. However, there are ways to snap shots effectively and safely, writes Louis Cahill, “it’s not realistic to expect anglers to release every fish without a photo. That’s the bargain that makes C&R work.” Read Cahill’s 8 Tips for responsibly photographing fish, via Gink...

Quixotic Quest

Some of the most accomplished photographers of the sport share their images of the “quixotic pursuit” of fly fishing in a recent photo essay article via Big Sky Journal.

"Keep 'em Wet" Photo Contest

The Native Fish Society recently launched its "Keep ‘em Wet" campaign to increase awareness about the negative effects of air exposure to wild fish and educate anglers on best practices for catch and release fishing. Now through May 31st 2015, NFS will be holding a photo contest for the best picture of a wild, native fish from the Pacific Northwest with...

Surface Film V: Photo Show to Benefit Conservation

Now in its fifth year, the annual Surface Film photo show will take place Friday, February 27, 2015 at Anthology Fine Art in Denver, CO. The event is organized by The Greenbacks of Colorado Trout Unlimited, and photo prints will be available for purchase, with proceeds going to benefit the Greenbacks work to conserve Colorado's coldwater fisheries and...

Capturing America's Rivers

Photographer Ansley West Rivers has devoted the past few years to capturing America's disappearing bodies of fresh water. Her work creates portraits that combine images of climate change, farming, industrial development and society’s constant need for fresh water. "The debate over water can only truly begin if we can connect ourselves to the rivers that...