Tosh Brown is a photographer, among other things. A really good one. He just revamped his site and it is kind of fun to poke around.
Check it out here.
There is a huge difference between what he’s doing and what I’m doing when I’m taking a picture of a fish out on the flats. I’ve seen good photographers (Jim Klug, Cameron Miller) out on the flats and they don’t fish, they shoot. They are looking for the picture when I’m looking for fish. It is kind of like how guiding isn’t fishing. Being a fly fishing photographer isn’t fishing either. You can’t really do both at the same time.
Here is his picture of a bonefish, underwater.
Here is mine.
Tosh is kind of better at this whole thing… and that’s as it should be.
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