We’ve thrown another new image gallery up on our portfolio site – it’s called Madison Cast.
The rapid acquisition capabilities of the newer DSLRs are nothing short of amazing.
This past September we had the pleasure of spending a couple of near perfect fall days on the upper Madison while shooting footage for the new Rivers in Motion series. Jake was working his way downriver with a double nymph rig (just below Hebgen) with the afternoon sun right behind us.
He has a smooth, fairly rapid casting stroke having cut his casting teeth on fast graphite rods; a Canon 5DM2 could still grab some nifty images as he moved through with pretty nifty detail.
Imaging complex movement as discreet still images can be visually fascinating.
We do a fair amount of high end equestrian work (dressage, eventing, rodeo, jumpers) and love the ability of these cameras to freeze fast action right in its tracks.