Jack Graham

“Color shift is the biggest problem in filters, especially NDs. I’ve experimented with filters from other manufactures and have found without question Singh-Ray filters to be of the highest quality, without any measurable color shift.”



Jack Graham is a professional photographer with over 23 years of experience. Jack resides near Seattle, Washington, in the heart of the beautiful Pacific Northwest.

Jack leads photo workshops in California, Wyoming, Utah, Iceland, Canada, Arizona, the Midwest and Pacific Northwest, including workshops for the Pacific Northwest Art School on Whidbey Island, Washington. Jack also offers single day workshops for extensive one-on-one instruction. Jack’s workshops are sponsored by Singh-Ray, Really Right Stuff, NIK Software, Gura Gear camera bags, www.outdoorphotogear.com, www.lensrentals.com, Nodal Ninja, and the Photograph America Newsletter.

Jack has been successful in publication and stock photography as well. Photo and writing credits include Outdoor Photography, Landscape Photography Magazine (www.landscapephotographymagazine.com), Nature’s Best Photography, NANPA’s Expressions 2009, California Wild, Currents (NANPA) and many DNR publications, Audubon, The Luminous Landscape, The Nature Conservancy, Chicago Wilderness and Sierra Club publications, as well as many calendar credits. Corporate work includes prints and stock applications for internal as well as publication use.

Jack is a board member of NANPA (North American Nature Photographers Association) and has served as chairperson on NANPA’s Awards Committee; FNAWS (Federation for North American Wild Sheep, Mono Lake Committee and SUWA (Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance). Contact Jack to discuss his workshops or book him for a speaking engagement.