Sunday, June 28, 2015

More color

I don't shoot a lot of color, so I thought I'd post this photograph, from the Tenkara Guides LLC workshop on its own, because the rest will be in black and white.

I don't always know what I will post here, most of the time the photographs I post here are the ones that I truly feel are the strongest photographs from a particular roll or batch of rolls; other times the photographs I post here are the ones that I get the most comments or "Favorites" or views from my Flickr stream.  
At this time, this photograph has been viewed 191 times and has been marked as a "Favorite" by five of my "Followers" on Flickr, which is a lot more than any of the others I have recently posted.

That being said, and because I haven't had a lot of photographic opportunities so far this year and because all of the other photographs I plan on posting about the workshop are all in black and white, I thought I'd post this one.  

I have three more rolls that I need to have processed before I can make my post about the workshop, that will have to wait a few weeks.  If anyone out there would be interested in being a patron,  please contact me!


Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Oncorhynchus clarki utah

I don't shoot a lot of color film, , it's mostly a choice of liking black and white better and for the most part black and white conveys the timelessness and dreamy qualities that I am going for much better.

That being said, I like shooting color film, Fujichrome Velvia 100 in this case, especially when it comes to photographs of fish, like this Bonneville Cutthroat for example.

I have caught a few Bonneville Cutties in my time, but none as beautiful as this one, which was on a tiny tributary in eastern Utah, during a tenkara workshop put on by Tenkara Guides LLC.

I have more from the two days I was there at the unique and amazing workshop they put on, but I love this photograph so much and it's different from what I normally shoot, that I thought I'd put this one out now..

Fish on!