For hunters, a good photo to remember a hunt has become almost as important as going home with a pile of meat and a set of antlers or horns. Landon sits down with long-time Gunwerks Field Producer, Nate Robertson, to discuss field photography and trophy photos from the perspective of a professional. They cover camera and equipment selection and settings, getting more out of cell phone cameras, photography 101 tips such as composition, rule of thirds, depth of field, and lighting. They also cover backdrop, positioning and presentation of game and hunter, cleaning blood and generally making sure that photos tell a hunt story and give the animals we hunt the respect they deserve.
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