Fly fishing and photography make the perfect match. Scenic habitat and handsome subjects combine to create memories that can make us smile long after the trip is over and the bags are unpacked. Gone are the days of sending film out to be processed, duplicates made and mailed to fishing buddies. Now through Face book and Instagram we can document every second of the hook-up, the fight and the release of fish as we are wading the stream. Quality photography, once limited to the professional lugging around a huge SLR and a bagful of lenses, is now within the reach of anyone with an Iphone or point and shoot camera. Brian O’Keefe was the guy with the big camera bag and is now an advocate for lighter gear you can take anywhere. His program will show how you can get the most out of every opportunity by following a few basic rules. Learn to take photos that go beyond the grip and grin. Stop boring your friends with underexposed, badly composed photos that have them reaching for the “delete” button. Brian’s program is a collection of tips for improving the quality of your photographs no matter what kind of camera you have. Besides helpful information the example photographs are from Alaska, Montana, Chile, Cuba and Iceland. A fun fly fishing travelogue wrapped around a lesson in photography.