Its hard to make fishing look any better than this. The video editing is super slick and every second screams of talent. Alot of the footage is from Sierra Anderson, who has released some amazing edits of her fishing adventures. This video is a collaboration between Blake Holmes Productions and Sierra’s Fox Cape Productions. Make the leap to vimeo and you can see some of her past projects.
While recently exploring the harbors in Seattle, A friend and I heard of a decrepit vessel that local fishermen call the “Ghost Ship.” We couldn't help but explore the old vessel and snap a few paranormal shots. Although, we didn't encounter any creepy activity, the boat was truely disturbing.
Quiet day in the Terminal, despite the relatively nice weather. Yeah, it's way HDR'd out, but the skies where cool with this filter.
Here's a quick of the harbor in Seattle just before the season salmon season was over ! I roamed the terminal and snapped pics at nearly 4:00 in the morn. Long night, but still felt creative enough to take photos. I love how the Sony NEX just drinks up the night shots without a tripod! It's truly the best feature of the the already amazing camera!
The F/V Favorite is one of the oldest operating seiners in the fleet. You can still find it fishing down by Ketchikan on a summer afternoon during the Alaskan summer. My old captain started fishing with this boat in 2008. That was the summer that the F/V Gladiator sank and the F\V Favorite was one of the first boats on the scene. Check out the Video Of The Day for more info.
Wow! I want to give a huge thanks to Zack Hill for snapping this amazing shot in Puget Sound over the last chum salmon opener. Best of all, it's one of my favorite Seattle boats, the F/V Wonderland! It's been a pretty amazing Chum salmon season in the sound this fall. I just wanna give a huge shout out to all the guys still getting the net wet in the sound this season. I hope it's a record breaker!