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Composition and perspective can influence the feel of an image and draw the viewer’s attention to particular subjects or features. A point and shoot approach is fine if you just want images for personal records. However, to take your photography to the next level and...

Watersports make for some of the best photos. It’s great to take a crisp photo of a wakeboarder mid-air. If you head to a populated coastal region or local rivers on sunny days, you’ll almost always find someone bouncing across the water. Whether they are...

Whether the backdrop is a city skyline or remote snow-capped mountain range, fishing takes us to some amazing locations. Stunning scenery draws us into outdoor environments and forms an important component of a fishing adventure. Most anglers are quick to snap shots and archive fish...

Explosive strikes, acrobatic leaps and buckled rods are among the most exciting images to emerge from a fishing battle. Not surprisingly, photographs that capture these intense moments of action are usually engaging and emotive images. Freezing spectacular moments into a digital form requires skill, commitment, patience...

Fishing and outdoor photography is much more challenging that it looks. In outdoor environments, light levels are highly variable and ever changing. To achieve consistently good results you need the ability to adapt your photographic techniques to any conditions. We’ve all seen the fishing shots of...

There’s no better way to gain insight into the behaviour of fish and the details of a fishing battle than underwater photographs. Underwater images provide a unique perspective on the fishing action at the terminal end of the line. Whether it’s a fish fighting shot,...

There's no better way to gain insight into the behaviour of fish and the details of a fishing battle than underwater photographs. Underwater images provide a unique perspective on the fishing action at the terminal end of the line. Whether it's a fish fighting shot,...