The Randall J Hodges Mountain View Filter

The Randall J Hodges Mountain View Filter

As an “All-In Camera”, “Old School” style shooter” the use of light balancing filters is required. Generally, at sunrise and ...
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Re-Imagining an Often Shot Location

Re-Imagining an Often Shot Location

Valley View, Merced River and Bridalveil Fall, Yosemite Valley, Yosemite National Park, California. Sony a7RIII, Sony 24-105mm, f/16, 30 sec., ...
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Colorado Fall Color Road Trip

Colorado Fall Color Road Trip

Fall is one of my favorite times in Colorado. The temperature cools down, fresh snow coats the mountain peaks, and ...
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Water in Motion

Water in Motion

Hillsborough River State Park Rapids – Hillsborough County, FL – Only Class II Rapids in Florida I have chosen to ...
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Taking the Tetons From “cool” to “Wow!”

Taking the Tetons From “cool” to “Wow!”

June 2019 Honoring Our Veterans Jackson WY photography workshop This past June I was asked to assist in teaching a ...
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The Galapagos Islands

The Galapagos Islands

The Galapagos Islands, an exotic collection of mostly volcanic islands that seem to be stopped in time. They are a ...
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JEFF’S CORNER

JEFF’S CORNER

How did I make the image? Image shot with a Canon 5D Mark III and a 24 – 105mm lens ...
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Bandon Beach Sunset, Bandon, Oregon

The Lo-Down On Using Neutral Density Filters

Bandon Beach Sunset, Bandon, Oregon. Sony a7RIII, Sony 24-105mm, f/16, 88 seconds, ISO 80, Singh-Ray 10-stop Mor-Slo Neutral Density Filter ...
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Schoolhouse

Sunrise at the Coffee Flats Schoolhouse

Waking one September morning well before the sun, I headed out to the intersection of Highland and Rocky Ford at ...
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“From Film to Digital - Singh-Ray Filters Have Stood the Test of Time”

“From Film to Digital – Singh-Ray Filters Have Stood the Test of Time”

Back in the days when I shot film Singh-Ray filters were an indispensable part of my technique that enabled me to ...
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Waterfall Polarizer Photo by Hansel Bryan

Waterfall Polarizer

The Singh-Ray Bryan Hansel Waterfall Polarizer When photographing waterfalls, one of the popular looks is to make the water look ...
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Two Must-have Filters for Traveling Photographers

Two Must-have Filters for Traveling Photographers

Without Filter(s) Travel is becoming harder these days, especially for the globe-trotting photographer.  Packed planes, clients that want you to ...
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Patagonia, Water & Mountains - by Tom Bol

Patagonia Bound

Some Landscapes Capture Your Heart and Soul “Is that what I think it is?” I ask my wife, Cree, as ...
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Choosing the Right ND Filter

Choosing the Right ND Filter

I assist with the occasional photo workshop (John Barclay Photo Tours) and I am seeing something that bothers me. Participants ...
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Vinny-Colucci-Wildlife_04

Photographing Wildlife with Filters

I have a large selection of various Singh-Ray filters.  Filters, to me, are about controlling light. When we think of ...
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Lightning at sunset across rural Wisconsin farmland

Thinking outside the box: photographing lightning with solid ND filters

Lightning storms capture the attention of just about everyone. Bolts catapulted through the sky are spectacular to view and dangerous ...
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Melting Giants Final Image

The Story Behind “Melting Giants”

I was photographing in Nova Scotia when someone told me that Newfoundland to the north had icebergs. I have always been ...
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Townsend, TN. Great Smoky Mountain National Park

The “Five-Stop Effect”

Townsend, TN. Great Smoky Mountain National Park. If you have thumbed through the pages of a photo magazine recently, chances ...
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