Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by Old Man, Feb 19, 2013.
I remember that day. You were NOT a happy guy that afternoon.
Gotta get a floating camera strap like this one: http://www.amazon.com/Olympus-20220...1387545&sr=1-2&keywords=floating camera strap
If you're going to try an underwater shot, one tip is to hold the camera upside down. It's much easier to use the shutter release that way and you can rotate the picture later.
Great idea. I found that setting your camera's flash to On instead of Auto also makes a huge difference. The flash makes the colors and iridescence of the fish much more intense.
You can read?!
Bite me Bob.
I'm waiting patiently for a fish photo!
I was going to stop and fish in my favorite place, but we have had snow the last two nights and I drive a two wheeled drive pick-me-up. I don't drive into areas with more than three inches of snow. I know my limitations.
sweet.it can do alot check out the vid i found on youtube.looks real crisp underwater and above
Better not sit on it then.
So...are you going to start new threads with: "Another useless fishing photo"?
Being a big proponent of making the most of things, I put my iPhone in a zip-lok snack bag. Voila, dustproof, waterproof, phone/camera...
My cell phone is just for talking. Those high tech phones are smarter than I am. Gave back the one I tried to use.
Yup, phones are for making phone calls. Cameras are for taking photos.