The bright yellow arc of fly line extending from the foreground seems to have electrified the tarpon.
Pilot Dan Michels flies over anglers at Crystal Creek Lodge in Alaska in 2012. Grossenbacher has been around the world photographing angling.
Tom Rosenbauer of Orvis ducks as a wave washes over the boat during a shoot in Cape Cod in 2014. Rosenbauer said of Grossenbacher, “One of the things that impressed me is that he won’t shoot anyone who’s not on fish...”
Brian Grossenbacher, at left, and his wife, Jenny, at right, guided Oprah and Gayle King on a fishing trip in Yosemite National Park in 2010.
“Brian has this knack of walking up to perfect strangers and taking portraits of them, up close and personal,” said Dan Bryant of Owner Make Studio. This portrait is of a Bahamian guide.
Carter Andrews, shown grabbing a shark’s tail, and Grossenbacher have fished together for many years. “He’s the kind of guy everyone wants to take a trip with,” Andrews said.
This shot of a jumping tarpon taken in Campeche, Mexico, in 2011 exemplifies the creative eye Bozeman photographer Brian Grossenbacher brings to the table.
Paula Shearer takes a crashing wave head on during a Simms photo shoot in the Bahamas last year. Simms uses all black-and-white photography in its promotional materials.
Paul Whiting stands among his photos in his home Wednesday. The photographer will teach a seminar, “Photography: Seeing the Light,” at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church over the course of two Saturdays.
Wake up Montana's Becky Hillier interviews Billings Gazette photographer Casey Page about some of the newspaper's top photos of 2014.www.kulr8.com/story/27736360/photos-of-the-year
President Abraham Lincoln delivers his address during his second inauguration on the east portico of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., March 4, 1865.
Many food items, such as cakes or brownies, can be shaped like a football, enhancing the party theme.
This collection will delight any "Downton Abbey" lover. The Downton Abbey gift set includes Downton Abbey Blanc, Downton Abbey Claret, a 10-ounce Downton Abbey candle in French Claret and the Downton Abbey tea (36 tea bags) in English Rose ($59.99) at wine.com.
A third-place winner in the Photographic Institute of the Yellowstone’s exhibit captures a subject near to photographer Jeanette Tasey’s heart: surgeons at work.
Jeanette Tasey’s photograph of Rose Williams in a South Philadelphia barroom won a second-place prize in the final exhibit of the Photographic Institute of the Yellowstone. The image is on display at Rocky Mountain College.
Tasey talks about her photography at the PIY exhibit at Rocky Mountain College, where she won several awards.
Tasey’s photograph of a 2-year-old girl in South Philadelphia was the winning entry in the black and white category of the Photographic Institute of the Yellowstone’s final exhibition.
Glacier National Park Ranger Tim Rains said farewell to the park for the season by posting a video containing some of his photography of the park.
“A View without a Room,” a program designed to teach photography skills to those experiencing homelessness and who are formerly homeless, begins Friday at del Alma Gallery, 2507 Montana Ave. The opening is from 5 to 8 p.m.