Join us for a new educational and informative webinar each month. Whenever possible we partner with professionals photographers and artists to plan and present our monthly topics. Register now to join live or receive a link to the recorded session after the live presentation has ended.
August 15, 2019 | 7:00 PM ET
Mentorship & Educating Photographers with Ed Heaton
Ed Heaton has been educating and mentoring photographers — including his own son — for close to two decades. Join us to learn how he engages with his students to them hone their skills and find their own unique creative voice.Register Now!
September 19, 2019 | 7:00 PM ET
Planning for Great Light with Greg Miller
A mediocre subject in great light makes a more compelling photo than a great subject in mediocre light. But what is great light and how do I recognize and anticipate it? Greg Miller will guide you to understanding great light. Understanding great light will instantly improve your photographs. He’ll help you learn: 1) How to recognize great light; 2) How to anticipate great light; 3) Three qualities of light; and 4) How to plan for being in the right place at the right time for great light.Register Now!
Originally Aired July 18, 2019 | 7:00 PM ET
How Filters Have Played a Crucial Role in Jay Dickman’s Most Recent Photographic Expeditions
Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer, Jay Dickman is taking time away from his busy schedule to share with our audience, the impact and importance filters had on some of his most recent experiences as part of National Geographic’s “Around the World by Private Jet” series of expeditions.
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Originally Aired June 20, 2019 | 7:00 PM ET
Understanding and Controlling Light with Mylo Fowler
Join Mylo Fowler, renowned for his visual depictions of Navajoland, to learn how he uses and manipulates light to capture nature’s most precious works of art in his finished images. We’ll discuss and examine: How to gauge the exposure values to leverage your dynamic range; Using filters to create stunning black and white images; How understanding and controlling light will help you when photographing everything from the night sky to subjects in the afternoon; Visual results from Mylo’s footprint of Navajoland and his excursions.Watch Online
Originally Aired: May 30, 2019 | 7:00 PM ET
Choosing the Best Filter to Fit the Scene for Landscape Photography with Don Smith
Visualizing a scene before you shoot is a crucial part of any photographer’s process — It’s how a photographer takes a scene from a literal interpretation to an artistic statement. Don Smith will give us insight into his own pre-visualization process and tips for using your own technical and artistic judgements to select the best Singh-Ray Filter to meet your artistic goals for outdoor and landscape photography.Watch Online
Originally Aired: February 28, 2019 | 7:00 PM ET
Developing Your Creative Voice with Colleen Miniuk-Sperry
Colleen Miniuk-Sperry has been fine-tuning her own creative voice throughout her professional career as a photographer and continues to do so with each new image she captures. She will share how she changed from a “photographer who likes to take pretty pictures” into an artist who turns her own travel experiences into visual expressions that are as unique as the human experience itself. She’ll share specific ways to tap into your individuality, collect new ideas and knowledge, and connect with the landscape in fresh ways. Learn how rely less on your external surroundings to provide the creative “juice” and how to confidently bring your own voice to every subject and scene.Watch Online
Originally Aired: January 14, 2019 | 8:00 PM ET
Bringing the Beauty of Patagonia to Everyday Landscapes with Tom Bol
Sure, it’s easy to grab that one-in-a-million shot in a one-in-a-million location like Patagonia but what Tom Bol has learned from returning time and time again over the past 25 years translates into a wealth of knowledge you can use everywhere you go! Join us to see some of Tom’s most breathtaking photos of Patagonia and learn how to use filters to capture the full breadth of beauty in all your landscape photography. He will touch on our MorSlo and Graduated ND Filters among others, and explain how he uses each of them to “capture what he imagines” in-camera, on-the-spot.Watch Online
Originally Aired: November 08, 2018 | 8:00 PM ET
Tips & Techniques for Using the NEW Waterfall Filter with Bryan Hansel
Learn how to capture movement and emotion in photographs of waterfalls, rivers, rapids and creeks with a brand new filter developed just for this purpose. Bryan Hansel, who helped develop this new filter with Singh-Ray will explain how he uses it, why he wanted a filter just for waterfalls and how it can save you time while creating breathtaking photos of moving water.Watch Online
Originally Aired: October 25, 2018 | 8:00 PM ET
Fall Colors, Warming Polarizer & NEW Filter with Randall J. Hodges
Randall J. Hodges is back for another exciting webinar. He will share tips for capturing the colors of Autumn using our LB “Lighter, Brighter” Warming Polarizers and introduce a Brand NEW Filter he’s been helping design and develop with Singh-Ray!Watch Online
Originally Aired: August 23, 2018 | 6:00 PM ET
Travel Photography with Jay Dickman
Pulitzer-prize Winner and National Geographic Photographer, Jay Dickman wants to know “What story are you telling with your photography when you travel?” and, “What benefits do YOU gain by photographing your journey and the sights along the way?” Join us as this very special guest speaker shares his philosophies for travel photography. He will share tips and tricks for finding your shot, choosing equipment and filters, and why he always sends images to his photographic subjects! He will also tell us what’s in his bag when he’s out on a shoot and why Singh Ray Hi-lux Protective Warming Filters, LB ColorCombo Polarizers, Vari-ND, and our Galen Rowell ND Grads are among his very favorite filters.Watch Online
Originally Aired: July 20, 2018 | 8:00 PM ET
Photography with a Wabi Sabi Flair: Capturing the Beauty of Decay
Greg Kiser is a self-taught landscape photographer who is regarded for his ability to find the beauty in man-made objects as they decay. Grounded by the Japanese idea of Wabi Sabi, a world view centered on the acceptance of transience and imperfection, Greg prides himself on capturing the soul of these objects as they enter their last stages. Join us as he shares his tips for capturing breathtaking and thought-provoking photos of old cars, rusted iron and abandoned buildings using Singh-Ray’s LB ColorCombo and Galen Rowel hard and soft-edge filters. You’ll also learn where to find these hidden gems, how to get permission to photograph them, and how he handled being surprised by an armed local who thought he might be up to no good.Watch Online
Originally Aired: May 23, 2018 | 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, 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.Watch Online
Originally Aired: April 24, 2018 | 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.Watch Online
Originally Aired: February 20, 2018 | 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.Watch Online