In his photo essay in The Mission Issue 22, photographer Mark Lewis takes us through the seasons, moods and the fishing of his beloved North Platte river. The North Platte River is a major tributary of the Platte River. It is approximately 716 miles (1 152 km) long, counting its many curves. In a straight [...]
Illuminated subjects, dreamy shadows, texture and pitch-black background looks cool. Low key photography is a genre of photography that caught my interest. What would flies look like shot this way?
There’s no getting away from it. That freakin phone of yours is a pretty powerful piece of photographic technology. It’s also small, easy-to-use and you’d be lying if you said you one on the water without it. So, might as well make the most of it out there. Especially when you’re flying solo. Sure, they [...]
Mind surfing, a term that describes the process of imaging a surfer (normally yourself) on a wave. It could be a real wave, a picture, video. Skaters often mind skate too; curbs, rails, gaps - Andre van Wyk is currently doing a lot of this... Andre, mind posing at the CPS conclave thingy (?) [...]
Like most anglers, we love good fly fishing split shots. The fish in its natural element, the angler, the sky, the water, that connection and the fact that Dr Andy Danylchuk of Keep em Wet, would approve. Gah! Sometimes the beauty of it all is just too much. So, being the average photographers we are, [...]
"To be honest, I’ve always had a keen interest in photography in general and I was getting bored with all the usual “grip ‘n grins” I was shooting. Underwater photos were always the next step. However, the price on the underwater housing for my camera was ridiculous! Then I discovered the GoDome for GoPro (getgdome.com), [...]
“Every moral has a story. Every story has an end. Every battle has its glory and its consequence” Ben Harper Recently there has been a lot of talk among our circle about cameras, lenses, fresh angles and fish selfies. It reminded me of a time before selfies. Let’s go back to that time before selfies, [...]
Because I often fish by myself, I have had a few lessons in taking a pic of myself with my catch. And trust me, you always catch the best fish when you are on your own. Here are a few things I have learned over the years. don't forget to look at the camera [...]