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Wrong is sometimes right… and other considerations

By Jack Graham     At times there are a few traps we photographers fall into that hinder our creativity. Often the most common trap encountered is following rules … especially when it comes to composition.   The four main

Posted in 2015, Blog, Jack Graham

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

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

Jack Graham loves shooting long exposures that help us to see beyond the sharply focused details

Jack Graham’s interest in nature photography began in the mid-seventies while living in the metro New York area and completing a performance degree in music at Indiana University. “The rolling hills, forests, waterfalls, and prairies of southern Indiana defined the

Posted in 2013, Blog, Jack Graham