Blog Archives

A bunch of little things add up to better images

By Darrell Moll   A few years ago I was leading a workshop in Zion National Park when one of the attendees asked a question that really got me thinking. The question was “What one thing can an amateur like

Posted in 2015, Blog, Darrell Moll

Get into the flow… using filters for dramatic waterfall photography

By Robert Clark   Editor’s note: Robert Clark is a master of waterfall photography. He is a graphic designer, architect, landscape photographer and teacher – and works as a media designer, manager and frequent photographer for the National Park Service.

Posted in 2015, Blog, Robert Clark

Same location… close to home… different looks

By Thierry Resin   I love travel photography, but I am equally motivated to shoot at locations just down the road. I am fortunate to live in a beautiful country, Switzerland, but I believe there are great photo subjects all

Posted in 2015, Blog, Thierry Resin

Photographing the Yosemite, Part 1: The Valley

By Steve Kossack   “Our national parks are America’s best idea.” The author Wallace Stegner said that.   “Yosemite is the range of light.” John Muir said that.   “Yosemite Valley is the best seven miles on the planet.” I

Posted in 2015, Blog, Steve Kossack

Oregon – Five “Before” and “After” Long Exposure Images

By Cole Thompson   Editor’s note: We’ve been huge fans of Cole’s tremendous black & white work for years – and have often wondered what his images looked like out of the camera, before he applied his unique conversion and

Posted in 2014, Blog, Cole Thompson

Making a Short Story… Long!

By Jack Graham   Editor’s note: Many thanks to longtime Singh-Ray shooter and friend Jack Graham for contributing this article. Putting this post together helped us make a pleasant discovery, a beautiful and free online photography magazine we were not

Posted in 2014, Blog, Jack Graham

Working Through Visual Puzzles

By Don Smith   Maple Leaves on Fallen Redwood, Nisene Marks State Park, California Sony a7R, Sony 70-200mm @ 200mm, f/20, 4 seconds, 100 ISO, Singh-Ray Neutral Polarizer   It has been my observation in teaching workshops for the past

Posted in 2014, Blog, Don Smith

A Resident Artist

By Chuck Kimmerle   Editor’s note: In our humble opinion, Chuck Kimmerle is one of today’s truly outstanding black & white photography artists. Our thanks for this reflection on the residency he just completed in Joshua Tree National Park, along

Posted in 2014, Blog, Chuck Kimmerle

My National Geographic Expedition to Iceland, Greenland and the Northwest Passage

By Jay Dickman   Editor’s note: Longtime Singh-Ray shooter and National Geographic and Pultitzer Prize winning photographer, Jay Dickman, takes us through some wonderful images he shot during an expedition he led this past August. You might be surprised to

Posted in 2014, Blog, Jay Dickman

Singh-Ray filters: Essential tools for preserving photographic integrity

By Richard Thompson   Editor’s note: Singh-Ray shooter Richard Thompson recently published his first hardcover book, “Visions of Michigan,” featuring his outstanding photography in Michigan’s upper and lower peninsulas, accomplished using Singh-Ray filters. To find out more about his book

Posted in 2014, Blog, Richard Thompson