Good Fish Photos…Bad Fish Photos…
By Toby Trigger


When you or a fishing friend catch a photo-worthy fish you may want to consider a few things…

1) Don’t block any part of the fish with your own body parts.

2) Keep the sun at the photographers back.

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3) Avoid dark shadows especially on the anglers eyes.

4) Fish with dirt on them is bad. Bloody fish are a close second

5) Hold the fish broad side.

6) Get Close.

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7) Smile and take off  your sunglasses.

8) Don’t have an ugly Backdrop like a truck, 400 people, or a house.

9) Get Action Shots!

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10) A down-turned eye is a sure sign of a healthy fish.  Don’t try to fake it…it won’t work.

The difference between a good photo and a bad photo is about 5 seconds of forethought and execution.  Take five seconds and take the best fishing photos you can – It keeps vivid memories vivid!

 

 






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