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Photo Selfies with Fish - Tips #13949161 04/06/21 02:06 PM
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Hey guys, I know how challenging it can be to get a good pic when you are by yourself. Here is what I do with my iPhone.

Start a selfie video with your phone. Prop it up somewhere about waist high. Now, as the camera is rolling hold your fish and walk closer to your phone. Once you get close move the fish back & forth slowly toward the camera and then away. Now you have a short video that you can then go back frame by frame until you find the best one and screen shot it.

This can all be done in less than one minute and it is the best way to get a good pic of your fish. This is much better than holding the fish in one hand while extending your arm holding the phone with the other.

Here is an example of one. Still not perfect but much better than trying to hold the phone & the fish at the same time. Don't be hating on my hat!

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Re: Photo Selfies with Fish - Tips [Re: Ken A.] #13949198 04/06/21 02:24 PM
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Simply flip the screen and use a timer. Eye-phone has a 3 or 10 second timer


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Re: Photo Selfies with Fish - Tips [Re: Ken A.] #13949199 04/06/21 02:24 PM
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Thanks Ken, guilty!

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Re: Photo Selfies with Fish - Tips [Re: Douglas J] #13949288 04/06/21 02:50 PM
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Originally Posted by Douglas J
Simply flip the screen and use a timer. Eye-phone has a 3 or 10 second timer


That works too but you only get one frame. Shoot a 10 sec video and you get 30 frames



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Re: Photo Selfies with Fish - Tips [Re: Ken A.] #13949453 04/06/21 04:33 PM
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2 weeks ago I hung a big one. Ain't gonna lie I was spun. I tried the video deal and was good, so I released her and kept going. When I got home and looked, I had hit the button twice and didn't record a damn thing....

Re: Photo Selfies with Fish - Tips [Re: Ken A.] #13949456 04/06/21 04:35 PM
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Originally Posted by Ken A.
Hey guys, I know how challenging it can be to get a good pic when you are by yourself. Here is what I do with my iPhone.

Start a selfie video with your phone. Prop it up somewhere about waist high. Now, as the camera is rolling hold your fish and walk closer to your phone. Once you get close move the fish back & forth slowly toward the camera and then away. Now you have a short video that you can then go back frame by frame until you find the best one and screen shot it.

This can all be done in less than one minute and it is the best way to get a good pic of your fish. This is much better than holding the fish in one hand while extending your arm holding the phone with the other.

Here is an example of one. Still not perfect but much better than trying to hold the phone & the fish at the same time. Don't be hating on my hat!

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Re: Photo Selfies with Fish - Tips [Re: Ken A.] #13949726 04/06/21 07:23 PM
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Pretty dadgum sharp Ken A.

Re: Photo Selfies with Fish - Tips [Re: BCBassCat] #13949729 04/06/21 07:26 PM
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Originally Posted by BCBassCat
2 weeks ago I hung a big one. Ain't gonna lie I was spun. I tried the video deal and was good, so I released her and kept going. When I got home and looked, I had hit the button twice and didn't record a damn thing....

wopics, lol


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Re: Photo Selfies with Fish - Tips [Re: Ken A.] #13949778 04/06/21 08:02 PM
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Originally Posted by Ken A.
Originally Posted by Douglas J
Simply flip the screen and use a timer. Eye-phone has a 3 or 10 second timer


That works too but you only get one frame. Shoot a 10 sec video and you get 30 frames



that cost more on my go-phone I think


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Originally Posted by Douglas J
Simply flip the screen and use a timer. Eye-phone has a 3 or 10 second timer




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Re: Photo Selfies with Fish - Tips [Re: Douglas J] #13949979 04/06/21 10:44 PM
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Originally Posted by Douglas J
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Simply flip the screen and use a timer. Eye-phone has a 3 or 10 second timer


That works too but you only get one frame. Shoot a 10 sec video and you get 30 frames



that cost more on my go-phone I think



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Thanks Ken.
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Originally Posted by Sinkey
Originally Posted by Ken A.
Hey guys, I know how challenging it can be to get a good pic when you are by yourself. Here is what I do with my iPhone.

Start a selfie video with your phone. Prop it up somewhere about waist high. Now, as the camera is rolling hold your fish and walk closer to your phone. Once you get close move the fish back & forth slowly toward the camera and then away. Now you have a short video that you can then go back frame by frame until you find the best one and screen shot it.

This can all be done in less than one minute and it is the best way to get a good pic of your fish. This is much better than holding the fish in one hand while extending your arm holding the phone with the other.

Here is an example of one. Still not perfect but much better than trying to hold the phone & the fish at the same time. Don't be hating on my hat!

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Indiana Jones called and said he wants his hat back! roflmao bolt


cheers roflmao



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Re: Photo Selfies with Fish - Tips [Re: Ken A.] #13950050 04/06/21 11:29 PM
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Originally Posted by Ken A.
Originally Posted by Douglas J
Simply flip the screen and use a timer. Eye-phone has a 3 or 10 second timer


That works too but you only get one frame. Shoot a 10 sec video and you get 30 frames

Math check... 300 frames - 10x30. roflmao
Shoot in HD, you can get 600 or 700 frames!

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