But when I stick my waterproof point and shoot (with the 73 second shutter delay) in there, they come out like this:
There’s a reason some people get paid for what they do.
Those are the hands of Jason Puris of Thefin.com releasing a striper in the surf. Jason proved a huge help to getting our book project off the ground.
Now my job starts. Time to put some real thought onto the page, rather than firing off blog posts.
Tosh Brown and I have been working on making an idea for a book project a reality. A “large format pictorial on fly-fishing the Northeast coast” won’t work without large format-worthy pictures. So we’re blasting our way through some of the fall run this week.
We’re in the middle of fishing around New York Metro and surrounding salt, with Tosh working the lens.