The Extended Grad Filter is an extension of the Galen Rowell graduated filters. The filter is available in 1 – 4 stops of density, but Vinny uses the 3-Stop and 4-stop versions.
Sunrise at Collins Landing, Eastham on Cape Cod, MA with Singh-Ray’s LB Color IntensifierView Post
Valentine Food PhotographyView Post
Chasing WaterfallsView Post
Red Channel Graduated ND Filter UseView Post
Moonrise Over Cholla Cactus Gardens-Don SmithView Post
Prayer, Meditation, and Singh-Ray – Joe DimaggioView Post
A unique neutral density graduated filter that features a soft transition into a darker central area (4 stops). Above the darker central area, the filter transitions to a lighter top. The design makes sunrise and sunset shots over water look more natural while maintaining a bright foreground. It also works for backlit mountainous terrain.
Blue Ice Islands in a River of GoldView Post
Waning Light at Black Sand Beach, Vik, Iceland. Sony a7RIV, Sony 24-105mm, f/14, 30 seconds, ISO 100, Singh-Ray 5-stop Mor-Slo ND French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson by all accounts was the earliest pioneer of street photography and a master at capturing unique candid moments – later to be termed a “decisive moment.” He was also a co-founder of Magnum Photos. In 1952, Cartier-Bresson published a book of images that was titled in English, “The Decisive Moment.” It included a portfolio of …