Blog Archives

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

New Singh-Ray Web Site

Welcome!   All of us at Singh-Ray are proud and excited to welcome you to our new website and blog. To celebrate, we’re offering 10% off essential filter combos used and recommended by top pros such as Art Wolfe, Tony

Posted in 2014, Blog

Don Smith takes a look back at a great year with his Singh-Ray filters

Dawn at Hanalei Bay, Kauai, Hawaii Canon 5DMKIII, 24mm, 6 minutes, f/16, ISO 100, Singh-Ray Vari-N-Duo   Followers of this blog will recognize the name Don Smith and his remarkable style of landscape photography from his frequent stories this past

Posted in 2014, Blog, Don Smith

Steve Kossack looks for the locations that may become icons for future photographers

Steve Kossack now lives in Las Vegas, Nevada, which enables him to reach many of the most iconic natural wonders in the American West within just a few hours of driving. “What I have found amazing is how differently I

Posted in 2014, Blog, Steve Kossack

For a change of pace, Jon Cornforth shoots ABOVE the surface of Hawaii’s coastal waters

 To follow the ventures of nature photographer Jon Cornforth over the past couple of years, you would need a boatload of scuba and underwater photogear. “Photographing the lives of all the various whales and other underwater wildlife has demanded almost

Posted in 2014, Blog, Jon Cornforth

By shooting the beauty of Kauai Island from a helicopter, Adam Barker captures a more revealing perspective

“Kauai is the oldest of the four main Hawaiian Islands and it is, without a doubt, one of the most beautiful and charming places I’ve ever been,” says world-traveling photographer Adam Barker.   “During a recent anniversary trip to Kauai

Posted in 2014, Adam Barker, Blog

Ernesto Santos uses his Singh-Ray Polarizers to enhance digital images for B&W image conversions

When Ernesto Santos decided to pack his photo gear and head off to New Mexico in October, his primary goal was to treat himself to some really fine light. “I find the light in New Mexico to be magnificent almost

Posted in 2013, Blog, Ernesto Santos

Jason Odell visits NYC with his Singh-Ray Mor-Slo ND filters to shoot very long exposures

Living in Colorado, Jason Odell doesn’t always have opportunities to do urban photography, “so when I get a chance to go back east, I always bring along my creative filters. When I was in New York City for the Photo

Posted in 2013, Blog, Jason Odell