Ellen Anon

"One of the things I love about photography is the ability to freeze a moment in time and then be able to go back and savor it and share it with others. Using Singh Ray filters helps me
photograph reality in ways that can go beyond documentation and capture what I experienced and felt at any given moment."



Ellen Anon is a professional photographer, writer, speaker, and educator specializing in nature and fine art photography. Her images, based on nature, are sometimes realistic and sometimes abstract, but always designed to elicit emotional reactions from the viewer. Ellen's goal with her photographs is to go beyond the ordinary in ways that hopefully stimulate others to pause and appreciate some of the beauty and wonder of our earth that balances some of the stress of everyday life.

Ellen's images are included in collections in several countries and her photos have been showcased in galleries, used in numerous publications (including Sierra Club's "Mother Earth" and Inner Reflections calendars), as well as stock. She has had several images awarded in the prestigious BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year competitions as well as other competitions such as the WIndland Rice nature’s Best competition.

Ellen has authored numerous books, such as the popular Photoshop for Nature Photographers; A Workshop in a Book series , (Sybex, 2012) and the highly acclaimed See It: Photographic
Composition Using Visual Intensity (Focal Press, 2012) as well as several eBooks for Macphun software. She is a member of the SanDisk Extreme Team and is a SanDisk Storyteller. She
currently enjoys teaching online as a Master with The Arcanum.