Randall J. Hodges

"As an all-in-camera shooter, balancing light is critical. Singh-Ray offers the truest neutral tone and exceptional quality. They are the only brand I use and recommend to my students. I never head out in the field without my Singh-Ray filters… Never!"


 
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Randall J. Hodges has been capturing images of the Western United States as a full time professional photographer for over 18 years. Most of his work comes from time spent hiking and backpacking the wilderness areas of the west where he had has hiked and photographed over 23,000 trail miles.

Randall’s work has been published over 3,400 times all around the world in books, magazines, calendars, greeting cards, post cards, newspapers and much, much more. His work appears in publications like National Geographic, Nature Photographer Magazine, Northwest Travel Magazine, Oregon Coast Magazine, Hawaii Magazine, Photo Monthly Magazine, Outdoor Photography Magazine, Photo Professionals Magazine, Seattle Magazine, 1859 Oregon Magazine, Washington Trails Magazine, In the Pacific Northwest Magazine, to name a few. Randall has also won countless awards for his photography.

Randall does not alter his work in any way and considers himself an “In Camera Shooter” as he spends the time to wait for the right light and color and uses “Old School Techniques” rather than post-processing to capture his remarkable images.

His work has been featured in countless galleries and art shows around the West. He speaks at photography conventions and seminars and teaches, out in the field, lessons and seminars in the West where he shares his old-school techniques on digital cameras with his students.

Randall has set up a home base in his own gallery, at the Randall J Hodges Fine Art Photography Gallery at 317 Main Street in Downtown Edmonds, Washington. You can find out more about him on his web-site at www.randalljhodges.com or on Facebook at Randall J. Hodges Photography.

Randall tries to share his spiritual connection with nature through his photography.