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About vb1971

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  1. Hi Flytire. In case you are interested I normally cast my size 30 flies with one of these
  2. Like it Flytire...... Similar to a Size 30 Bag fly I tie for trout fingerlings
  3. Tahnks Cream! Got it and definitely going into my technique folder. No reason why cant be incorporated into a PTN pattern Cheers VB1971
  4. Hey Cream What Technique did you use to tie the legs in? Cheers
  5. Great ties Tom. They'll catch Cheers VB1971
  6. Knowing how to manually adjust white balance is important, especially photos taken under different lighting. I will always take a few photos of my grey cards when out taking photographs. I then set that as the white balance when in post production, copy the recipe and paste it to other photographs taken at the same time under same light conditions. If I don't have a grey card I adjust the white balance based on any grey area in the photograph (clothing, pavements, shadows etc). This means you can take as many photos as you want and not stress to much about the white balance at the time. Concentrate on composition etc instead. BTW I tale all my photos is RAW format and then covert to JPEG Cheers VB1971
  7. Hello Terje Did you use HDR for this photograph? Can you provide more details about the shot? Cheers
  8. A fly I tied to to imitate a mayfly on my River Cheers
  9. A few ties (again tied a while ago but trying to develop my macro photography skills!)
  10. Yes they did lol Great tie retro. Does it represent a caddis emerger or gnat? For trout? Cheers
  11. Hi All Adams Dry and Hopper Tied a while back but have been playing with extension tubes on my DSLR. Just need a portable lighted studio box now
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