The fly rod and reel don’t make the fly angler, but the person behind it does. The same is true for photographers. It’s not the camera, but the person behind it. Fly Fishing and Photography go hand in hand, and many professional photographers who fly fish more than appreciate coming to Alaska for the opportunity to do both. Do you know how to tell the difference between a professional photographer who enjoys fly fishing and a fly angler who is a non-professional photographer? A professional photographer is always camera-ready, regardless of how good the fishing is. For a professional photographer who fly fishes, this is the way.
Deneki Outdoors has had the pleasure of having talented professional photographers come to our family of lodges over the years, whether they are a part of a media team like FlyFish Journal or independent photographers like Abe Blair and Arian Stevens, Alaska is a land of splendor and opportunity for Photographers.
This week, we feature another very talented Photographer, Matt Vaughn. Matt has been a guest at Alaska West Lodge in Western Alaska and Rapids Camp Lodge in Bristol Bay, Alaska. Matt immensely enjoys fly fishing and is very good behind the camera to earn a living. Can you tell?
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