Better fishing pictures: Use a tripod - If you're on the lookout for some really sharp images, you need to use a tripod or other support. - Global FlyFisher

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Streamside studio


Here I'm setting up a small streamside studio to takle pictures for the article about stream rods.

Photo/illustration: Kasper Mühlbach ©2014



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From: Benny · rawben70·at·sbcglobal.net  Link
Submitted May 16th 2010

Never realized how much setup was involved in a shoot like this. For some reason thought it was just a shot that was captured while on the water. Thanks for sharing



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