Blog Archives

Fall in New Hampshire – An Annual Color Riot

By Tony Sweet (Tony’s website and workshops; his gallery on this site)   Our annual New Hampshire photography tour is one of our most visually stimulating workshops. We’ve been shooting and conducting workshops there for 15 years and really look

Posted in 2014, Blog, Tony Sweet

Art Wolfe Working the Image: The Night Fisherman

By Art Wolfe (Art’s website; his gallery on this site)   Editor’s note: When I read this part of Singh-Ray shooter Art Wolfe’s book The New Art of Photographing Nature, I wondered how many photographers would be willing to reveal

Posted in 2014, Art Wolfe, Blog

Why do you still use filters? Why not just bracket?

By Brian Rueb (Brian’s website; his gallery on this site)   My grandmother still handwrites letters. My mother still makes all her desserts from scratch. When we make pasta, I still grate the cheese by hand. I also use filters

Posted in 2014, Blog, Brian Rueb

My approach to wildflower photography

By Adam Barker (Adam’s website; his gallery on this site)   It’s mid-August, which means depending on what neck of the woods you call home, wildflower season could very well be at its peak. Of all the seasons and natural

Posted in 2014, Adam Barker, Blog

Shooting summer wildflowers

By Kevin McNeal (Kevin’s website; his gallery on this site)   Kevin McNeal is a master at shooting wildflowers, as these photos attest. Here he discusses the one essential filter he uses for every one of his wildflower scenes and

Posted in 2014, Blog, Kevin McNeal

10 Myths People Have About Professional Photographers

by Don Smith (Don’s website; his gallery on this site)   I have had the good fortune to make a living with my camera for the past 40 years. I picked up my first camera at age 13 and have

Posted in 2014, Blog, Don Smith

Filter basics

By Jack Graham (Jack’s website; his blog; his gallery on this site)   Our thanks to Jack for providing this concise primer on using these essential filters – polarizers, solid and variable neutral density filters and graduated neutral density filters.

Posted in 2014, Blog, Jack Graham

A perspective on filters…
I’ve got hiking boots that cost more than most of them!

By Steve Kossack (Steve’s website; Steve’s gallery of this site)   We welcome Singh-Ray’s most prolific blogger back to our new blog! Steve shares his perspective on using filters and setting priorities when it comes to the quality of your

Posted in 2014, Blog, Steve Kossack

How I Found My Vision

By Cole Thompson (Cole’s website; his gallery on this site)   Our thanks to Cole for sharing his thoughts on a subject that is rarely discussed with such insight.   The Angel Gabriel   Why do I focus on Vision

Posted in 2014, Blog, Cole Thompson

Photographing Lightning at the Grand Canyon

by Gart Hart (Gary’s website; his gallery on this site)   If you are thinking of photographing lighting at the Grand Canyon – or anywhere else – this post by Gary Hart is a must-read.   It was the bolt

Posted in 2014, Blog, Gary Hart