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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The whole sherbang


This is a setup that takes pictures in glossy magazine cover quality. A 12 megapixels camera, bellows to shade the lens, tripod to steady the thing and reflectors to soften light. Not exactly your practical pocket combo, but certainly a way to get sharp and well-lit images.

Photo/illustration: Martin Joergensen ©2014



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