Do you Know How to Take the Perfect Picture of Your Fish?
Nothing is better than to snap a photo of your big fish that you just caught.
You've spent the day out on the lake and then you feel a pull at the line. You finally pull that big one in and you decide to get a great snapshot of you holding the fish. Wait!
Make use of these valuable tips before you go. You want to make sure that the fish and you look exactly like those snaps in the magazines and on the Internet. How do you do it? It's simple by following a few basic techniques.
One of the most effective tips for good fish picture taking is the use of a wide-angle lens. By using a wide-angle lens, the photographer can get closer to the subject which will be you and your fish. This way, the fish will look bigger. As well, make sure that the sun is behind the photographer.
And lastly, the fish photos look the best when taken when the fish is just out of the water. The wet look of the fish gives the fish sheen and enhances the color. Great! The perfect picture of you and your fish.
Catherine Kenyeres is a successful author and publisher for http://www.best-4u-fishing-equipment.com. Catherine has written numerous articles for the fishing enthusiast.
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