A Silver Creek Rainbow slashes through early November, crystal clear, spring water.
ƒ2.8, 1/5000th of a second, iso 280, 200mm
ƒ2.8, 1/8000th sec, iso 280, 200mm
ƒ2.8, 1/2500th sec, iso 280, 200mm
Prior to taking the images above I waded about stomach to chest deep and the water got pretty close to the top of my waders. No big deal. Slow current. Business as usual. When I finished shooting I took 2 steps the wrong direction and went shoulder deep and filled my waders. I had more fun stalking these fish with my camera than I could have ever imagined.
I never used a polarizing filter as I wanted some reflection in the water and for the water to loose a little of it's often perfect transparency.
Nikon D3s, Nikon ƒ2.8 80-200 afs lens