Few photos from the studio.

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  1. kylemccurdy

    kylemccurdy Member

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    Here are just a few photos I took for a class assignment a couple months back.

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  2. Dustin Bise

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    I like the last one the best, but i woulda tried to hide the unithread labels in it :) and maybe not crop the muddler on the left side. what kinda lighting where you using?

    I think the flyrod shot could work VERY well with a 4x5
     
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    The small drop of water on the tippet in the second one, a couple of inches up from the fly, shot over the fish...nice.
     
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    cool photo's.
     
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    I really dig #2
     
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    Hi kylemccurdy,
    Awesome pictures. All were nice but I like your prey picture most.
    How many fishes did you caught? Do share more pictures with us.
     
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    Thanks for the feedback!

    And Dustin, for lighting I was just using a medium softbox with a strobe and some white fill cards.
     

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