I didn’t start out too good. The first success I had was with a guide that either didn’t know, or didn’t practice good C&R. The results were lots of grip & grin shots with the fish out of the water for way, way too long.
Since then, I’ve read, I’ve listened and I’ve learned. The general math looks like this… (- air exposure) + (- handling) = Good Release
Here’s me putting that into practice…
Ok… so, not everyone has a professional photographer as totally awesome as Cameron hanging out with you all day, so, here are others.
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