A boat carving through glassy waters on a cloudless morning at sunrise is a beautiful thing. No doubt you think your boat — no matter what the make and model — is a sight for sore eyes. But when you take a snapshot it never looks as good as the one in Boating. Yours are bleached out, overexposed, rife with shadows, boxy or blurry or have any number of issues related to bad photography. Odds are it's how you shot it. We interviewed four of the best photographers in the world at shooting boats to help you get the money shot when photographing yours.