Beebower Productions. Hugh and his model hiked in the dark to this lake at Vermejo Park Ranch. They lugged camera bags, tripods and, of course, fly fishing gear. The idea was to capture a sunrise fly fishing shot. The sunrise gave a glow to the fisherman. Hugh was lucky because there were dramatic clouds that lit up with warm colors as the sun hit them. And he purposely chose a yellow line on the rod because it would snap out clearly from the background.
www.beebower.com You never know what you'll come across while digging in our monsterous photo archives. I unearthed this beauty recently. Dad created this fly fishing scene on the Madison River in Montana. #flyfishing #fishing #ariverrunsthroughit #montana #madisonriver
www.beebower.com Here's a new photo that Dad created for his fly fishing series. He used a water proof camera to capture the bass's image and then merged the fish with the fisherman's photo. He finished this latest piece of art with the rock formations in the background. #flyfishing #fishing #bass #fisherman #fishingphotos
www.beebower.com On a 10 day packhorse scouting trip in the Rocky Mountains, Hugh came across this glacier-fed lake. He knew it would be the perfect setting for a fishing photo. Hugh’s model put on some waders and jumped in the frigid lake. Hugh waited for the light to silhouette his fisherman and snapped this image and moved on down the trail. #westernphotography #fishingphotography #fishing #fisherman #new mexico
www.beebower.com Bryce Canyon National Park makes a photographer’s dreams come true. Dad set off in exploring mode since this was his first visit to the park. Like Indiana Jones searching for an ancient treasure, Dad meandered through several trails looking for stellar photographs. He captured a wide-angle sunrise shot of the hoodoos, row after row of incomparable stone creations. #brycecanyonnationalpark #brycecanyon #utah #hoodoos #landscapephotography
Beebower Productions www.beebower.com Hugh employed a bit of Photoshop magic to create this intense scene. He visited Jasper National Park in Alberta, Canada and captured this image of the glacier and mountains. Hugh shot the packhorses and rider at Sun Valley Ranch in Colorado. He merged the two images in Photoshop to create a dramatic piece of Old West art.
Beebower Productions www.beebower.com The story behind the photo: Hugh discovered this photo location by accident while looking for a great view of Mt. Shasta in northern California. Mt. Shasta was completely obscured by clouds, but when he turned around Hugh saw the perfect spot for his elk hunt photo. All he had to do was bring in the horses.
www.beebower.com Every fisherman’s had "The Big One“. It’s the one that almost got away. Dad wanted to capture that on film. So you create it, especially if you're Hugh Beebower. Dad took one photo of the fishermen, the bass and the trees in the background at a lake in Texas and merged it with mountains he shot near the Icefields Parkway in Canada. The result? A fisherman's dreams come true in "The Big One". #fishing #bass #thebigone #texas #canada
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