The above images were taken yesterday at Silver Creek. Surprisingly, I was able to get pretty close to feeding fish without putting them down. There were quite a few Baetis starting around 12:30 and the fish were on them.
On the techie side, I shot the images above at at least 1/4000th of a second. I set aperture priority on the 80-200 lens to ƒ2.8--wide open--both for speed and to limit the depth of field for a dreamier effect. I did not use a polarizing filter as I wanted some reflection and I wanted as much speed as possible without cranking up the iso. My iso was set to 280. I am hoping to try and get one more session in while the warm days are still here in conjunction with a lot of Baetis.
Fly Fishing Photography
Nikon D3s, Nikon ƒ2.8 80-200 afs lens