Part of the deep sea fishing trip is taking pictures to remember the experience. After all, if you make a big catch, you’ll more than likely want to remember the exciting moment. With that in mind, there are some tips to know when you want to snap some pictures at sea.
It may cover the eyes, but you may wish to wear sunglasses when taking pictures. On particularly sunny days in South Florida, the sun can be borderline blinding, especially when it reflects off of the sea. The last thing you want is a bunch of people squinting in your pictures because the sun is too bright. On top of that, sunglasses will protect your eyes from damaging UV rays.
Take the sun’s position into account when snapping your photos. With your back to the sun, it will naturally illuminate a subject. Just make sure that the sun isn’t pointing directly into the camera lens as this may cause a person to appear washed out or too dark.
If you do snag a big fish, what you want to do is provide a visual representation of how large it is. There are different ways you can go about this. Using a tape measure when taking the picture is an option or you could use an object that will show the size difference.
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