Another way to recall and reflect on a memorable deep sea fishing trip is by snapping photographs. After all, once you make a huge grab, chances are it’s a moment you’ll want to look back on the thrilling moment. There are some tricks to learn should you want to take some photographs at sea, a few of which we’ll look at here.
Sunglasses make sense when deep-sea fishing on a sunny day, but they’re also useful when it comes to picture taking. The rays of the sun can be especially bright, especially when reflecting off the water, on especially sunny days in South Florida. A bunch of smiling yet squinting faces in pictures is no fun. Sunglasses, on top of that, will shield the eyes from harmful UV light.
When snapping your pictures, take the sun's angle into account. It will light a topic automatically, with your back to the sun. Just make sure the sun does not look straight through the lens of the camera, as this will cause a person to look washed out or too dim.
What you want to do when you snag a big fish is to have a visual image of how huge it is. There are numerous ways that you can go about it. When taking the photograph, the use of a tape measure is an alternative or you could use an item that will display the height difference.
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