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Working with a polarizer in Namibia

By Jay Dickman Light isn’t always light. We often have those times when the light is pouring through the particulate matter of an urban landscape, the “stuff” in the air warping the air molecules into a huge “soft box.” Those

Posted in 2016, Blog, Jay Dickman

Capturing a special moment at the Taj Mahal

By Jay Dickman The Taj Mahal was built in 1631 by Shah Jahan, as a testament to the love he felt for his wife, Mumtaz Mahal who died giving birth to their 14th child, Gauhara Begum. The ivory-white marble mausoleum

Posted in 2016, Blog, Jay Dickman

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