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May 23, 2017 | 4:00 PM ET

The Sweet Light of Navajoland Understanding and Controlling Light

Renowned photographer, Mylo Fowler, will discuss techniques and tools for controlling light. He will share tips for using Singh-Ray Polarizers, and Galen Rowell 2 and 3-step Graduated ND Filters.

Mylo’s photography, which has been used for several national marketing campaigns, is largely focused on Navajoland, a place very dear to his family and their ancestors. He began studying light with a Pentax 1° spot meter and large format (4×5 & 8&10) and Fuji 617. Today, he uses top-of-the-line Singh-Ray and Nikon equipment to combine artistry, technique and technology to highlight the sweet light that falls on Navajoland, a place so dear to his people.

Originally Aired: April 24, 2017 | 8:00 PM ET
Singh-Ray Hi-Lux Filters: NOT Just a Clear, UV Filter

Crowd favorite presenter, and professional wildlife photographer, Vinny Colucci, is back to discuss the unique properties of our Singh-Ray Hi-Lux Filter. Many clear, UV filters are sold to customers simply as lens protection. Vinny will show that the Singh-Ray Hi-Lux is much more than the competitors’ optically-poor, clear-glass filters. The Hi-Lux filter is a high-optical filter that adds enhancement to your digital images. Vinny will share where and when he uses this filter and why it should be a part of your light controlling tools.

Originally Aired: February 20, 2017 | 5:00 PM ET
Using I-Ray Filters with Special Guest Tony Sweet!

Learn from award-winning photographer Tony Sweet, how to use Singh-Ray’s I-Ray Infrared Filters — for common-sense scenarios and times when you may not even think about an infrared filter but really should! Tony will focus on using the Singh-Ray 690 I-Ray Filter on a color camera to create true infrared images. Basic processing will be covered as well.