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    Cutthroat Yellowstone

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    1. Bugthrower

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      Registered: May 2004
      Location: Seattle
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      Date: 8-21-04
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    that is one hellava cutthroat. outstanding job
    #1 8-21-04 10:47pm

    Could you possibly wear a little more gear???

    Techno fishing at its best
    #2 4-7-05 9:47pm


    could you possibly bitch about something else?
    #3 4-9-05 6:38am

    Zen Piscator

    Supporting wild steelhead, gravel to gravel. shizzle, you could sell the stuff in ur vest and afford a trip to NZ. Btw, i will be 40 bux that fish had 10 times more bow in it that cutt.
    #4 4-12-05 4:24am

    Old Man

    Just an Old Man
    Some people like to come prepared. And it is a nice fish. Besides this is a place to show pictures of fish. Not to rag on what one is wearing.
    #5 4-13-05 3:03pm


    10 times more Bow than Cutt? You meant to say "bet" I assume?
    This is an image of the same fish. BTW, not an image of myself, just a friend. You can give the cash to your Montana fishing buddy.
    #6 4-14-05 7:00pm


    Bugthrower, you are the man,nice pic and nice cutt. do you use slr cameras im guessing, not digi? you always have a crisp photo! bhudda
    #7 4-30-05 2:50am


    bhudda, thanks for the compliments on the images. Most of the images were taken with a film(slides) SLR, about 2 years ago I switched to a digital SLR. I loved shooting slides, you can make files 56 megs or bigger with 35mm slides that are super sharp. But slide film can be very sensitive, you really can't have an exposure variance of more than about two stops or you get areas of over/under exposure that are too much to compensate for in photoshop. The digital camera seems a little more forgiving, basically if there is too much exposure variance between the sky and the subject, I remove the entire sky form the frame. If the sky is relatively the same exposure(3 stops) as the subject, shoot the correct exposure for the clouds/sky and correct the subject exposure in photoshop.

    #8 4-30-05 7:05pm

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