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Carol Ann Morris

Fly Fisher, Photographer, Videographer, Artist

Carol Ann Morris is a fly-fishing photographer, speaker, videographer, and artist/illustrator, and she partners with her husband, fly designer and author Skip Morris, on his fly-fishing books, articles, and instructional videos. Her Etsy store, CarolAMorrisFlyFish, features photos, artwork, and custom pieces that reflect her love of fly fishing. Prior to being self-employed as a full-time artist and photographer, Carol worked as a small animal veterinarian (both as a practice owner and relief vet), and is now retired after 30 years.

Over the past two decades, Carol's photographs and paintings have not only appeared in most of her husband Skip's 21 fly-fishing and -tying books, but also on the covers and interior pages of such magazines and books as Grey's Sporting Journal, Fly Fisherman, Yale Angler's Journal, American Angler, Fly Fishing & Tying Journal, and America's Favorite Flies.

She has performed her PowerPoint show "Fly-Fishing Photography 101: How to Capture What You See" all over the West--in Washington, Oregon, British Columbia, California, New Mexico--and in the East--Michigan, Ohio--at fly-fishing clubs and sportsmen's shows and fly-fishing exposition.

Listen to Carol Ann Morris's Show...


Photography - How to Capture What You See

Carol's photographs and paintings have not only appeared in most of her husband Skip's 21 fly-fishing and -tying books, but also on the covers and interior pages of such magazines and books as Grey's Sporting Journal, Fly Fisherman, Yale Angler's Journal, American Angler, Fly Fishing & Tying Journal, and America's Favorite Flies. Join us and learn how to take better photographs of the beautiful places you fish, your fishing buddies, fish and of course yourself.

Just a few of the questions asked and answered during the interview:

  • What don't my photos turn out the way I see them?
  • What do you recommend for pocket-sized, waterproof, point and shoot camera?
  • Can you take good photos with your phone?
  • What do you do to protect your camera from water?
  • Do you use polarizing or warming filters?
  • How to keep from stressing out the fish?
  • How can you get a good photo of your fish when you are alone?
  • What makes a compelling photograph?
  • What time of day makes for the best photographs?
  • What is the rule of thirds and how can it make my photos better?
  • How can I improve the photos I'm taking?

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