I'm a big nerd.
There, I said it. But I'm not ashamed. I'm happy to wear my nerdiness on my sleeve and never shutter when I'm called on it.
This nerdiness stems from a need to continue to learn. A need to feed my brain all it can digest about my passions and other things I love. Whether it be work related, fishing, or photography, I try to eat up as much as I can.
I got in to fly fishing not because I wanted a new way to fish, but because of the places it takes you and my desire to record these places on film. It wasn't fly fishing getting me in to photography, but the other way around. One expensive hobby, feeding another.
A place where I've found a lot of inspiration and knowledge was Midcurrent.com. Midcurrent provides a place to find photographers within the fishing world, read about new techniques or gear and get your fill of anything fly fishing related. They showcase up and coming, as well as established, photographers and artists, update you on industry trends and cover all things fly fishing in general.
One of the first articles I read was written by Zach Matthews and focuses on ten ways to become a better Fly Fishing Photographer. Zach is a very knowledgeable author and photographer and hosts a podcast and forum at the Itinerant Angler.
Head on over to the Midcurrent page and give it a read. You won't be disappointed.