I have a large selection of various Singh-Ray filters. Filters, to me, are about controlling light. When we think of using filters, most of us are thinking landscape photography. It just so happens that controlling light with filters is equally important when photographing wildlife. I use two filters when photographing wildlife: the Singh-Ray Polarizing Filter and the Hi-Lux Filter. Both have their value in different situations and both are necessary to optimize the image quality. There are two types of …
Singh-Ray Polarizing filters and Wildlife PhotographyView Post
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Photographing the Scottish Highlands with The Mor-Slo 10 Stop ND FilterView Post
The Galapagos Islands
The Galapagos Islands, an exotic collection of mostly volcanic islands that seem to be stopped in time. They are a destination on most if not all photographers’ bucket lists, they were on mine. So, after shifting into a new phase of my career after spending almost 25 years at Sports Illustrated, when I was presented with the opportunity to travel to the Galapagos to help scout and develop a future photo expedition for Guy Harvey Outpost, I jumped at the chance. Since my …
Ronald C. Modra
After a long career at Sports Illustrated, I transitioned into landscape and wildlife photography…Singh-Ray Filters help me to complete my vision. Ronald C. Modra
LB “Lighter, Brighter” Warming Polarizers
Singh-Ray’s LB warming polarizer adds a subtle warming factor to our neutral polarizer, improving shadow detail and giving your images a little extra pop. And just like our neutral polarizer, it delivers unmatched optical resolution and color fidelity. Our LB warming polarizer also brings 2/3-stop more light to your viewfinder, making it easier to compose and focus accurately in early morning and late afternoon light.
LB “Lighter, Brighter” Neutral Circular Polarizers (CPL Filter)
Singh-Ray LB Neutral Polarizers deliver the best optical resolution and color fidelity of any polarizer on the market. Our LB polarizer also brings 2/3-stop more light to your viewfinder, making it easier to compose and focus accurately in early morning and late afternoon light. If you prefer the slightly cooler tone of a traditional polarizer, this is the one for you.
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Where to next… and what should I bring?
For me, a lot of the fun of photography is picking which new area I want to go photograph. I’m spinning a virtual globe and searching for the next spot. Once I find that location, the real work begins looking for the spots I’ll visit when I arrive. A lot of that process is done prior to ever stepping off the airplane and actually seeing the place with my own eyes. Searching images, trail reviews and looking over Google Earth …