Thursday, December 17, 2009

More Top Fly Fishing Photagraphers and Images!

Okay we've been talking about the Rockies a bunch, hit on some Saltwater, now it's time to take it back home to Georgia for a real perspective of photography with Louis Cahill. What many people don't know is that not only is Louis a great photographer while out on the water but he also does very impressive work in commercial advertising around the Atlanta, Georgia area shooting people and still life.

corey Kruitbosch
Here is another personal favorite and friend of mine. You may have seen Corey Kruitbosch in a number Publications, whether it's the recent spread in the Drake magazine, Korkers website or a Toyota ad (they did a little backpedaling when they forgot to ask him to use his stuff). He spends as much time on the water fishing in Utah as he does taking pictures, that's definitely a tough call since you can't really do both. It seems every time I'm either planning a big trip to places like Boca Grande or Alaska he beats me there and we're never are able to meet up, one day we'll hopefully hook up and I have a feeling next year we will wet a line for sure.


Still keeping with the talented guys in Utah, yes there are quite a few! In no way could we leave out the very talented Brett Colvin. Hmm you may have seen his recent work on the National Geographic website recently, as well as other publications. It seems I spend a bunch of time admiring his shots whether they're out on the water including fish pictures or waterfowl, it's pretty sweet stuff!

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All about the grab said...

Love the new header image you have showcasing......sweeeeeet!

Troutdawg said...

Thanks, with my neophyte skills in Photography and HDR, I think it came out okay. I still have a long way to go, but thanks

Anonymous said...

Like the header also and good pictures this week.


Unknown said...

Thanks for the post & links! Cool site too, I'm digging it.

Troutdawg said...

When you have some talented guys to showcase on here like yourself, it's makes things pretty easy. Thanks Brett, looking forward to seeing more if your work again and fishing reports.

CoreyK said...

Gu8ess I could have posted a "Thank You" sooner ... Thanks for the plug Tradd!

Troutdawg said...

Thanks Corey, better late than never! Just kidding and it's great to see some of your new stuff lately with Bryan, very cool.