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Old 04-25-2013, 10:23 AM
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Had to share a picture I took yesterday on the Madison. Probably my favorite trout picture yet.

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Grabbed frame from a Go Pro?

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[Quote] I turned the picture ninety degrees to the left and it looked just like the fish swimming through the water. A quick cropping to cut out the fly line, and a lomo filter was all that I used to bring out the real color of the scene. A swimming fish was created out of a somewhat dull photo. [Quote]
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Or better yet........Adobe Photoshop!
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[quote=Hardyreels;550997]Grabbed frame from a Go Pro?

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[Quote] I turned the picture ninety degrees to the left and it looked just like the fish swimming through the water. A quick cropping to cut out the fly line, and a lomo filter was all that I used to bring out the real color of the scene. A swimming fish was created out of a somewhat dull photo.
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Oooh ya got me! Do'h! And yea I used a little software to bring out the colors.

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One from this weekend.

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A couple from a day ago..took a newbie out for the first time. He nearly landed 1, I ended up with 10 not bad. These were taken with the Olympus TG-2 and post effects done in FX Photo Studio Pro.

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couple i got recently

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A wild fish but a little rough on the edges.

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