GoPro taking a photo of my DSLR taking a photo of me using my phone as a remote.Learn your device - Utilize the self-timer feature on your device. It doesn’t matter if you’re using your phone, GoPro, or fancy camera...they all come with this feature. If you’re using a GoPro take advantage of the time lapse option. It’ll take a photo every ½ second, you’ll just need to go through a bunch of photos and pick out the best one to keep. You can even use your phone as a remote for GoPro’s and most newer fancy cameras.
Make those fish look bigger. Extend that arm towards the camera.Setting up the shot - If you love fishing, but you’re also about that ‘gram life, take a few moments to look around where you’re fishing. Don’t just take in the sights, but look for spots you could possibly set up if you happen to hook up with a fish you want a photo of.
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