SFR - Fishing Photography.

Discussion in 'Photography / Video' started by Dustin Bise, Oct 23, 2007.

  1. tythetier

    tythetier Fish Slayer

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    I USE A OLD POINT AND SHOOT THAT I HAVE HAD FOR YEARS. THIS THING IS OLD!!! BUT IT TAKES GREAT PICTURES. IT IS JUST A STANDARD 35MM FILM CAMERA. MY MOM WORKS IN THE PHOTO DEPT. AT WALGREENS AND SHE PUTS ALL MY PICTURES ON CD FOR ME.

    I LIKE OUR DIGITAL WHILE ON THE RIVER AS WELL. BUT USUALLY ONE PERSON HOLDS ONTO THAT AND TAKES WHILE THE OTHER IS FISHING.
     
  2. Joe Gallagher

    Joe Gallagher New Member

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    I take pics with a cannon 20D with a Macro lense. Upclose fish pics turn out so much better with the Macro. On most point and shoots they have a Macro feature give it a try I think it will give you better results.
     

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