Made the Front Page of Singh-Ray’s Site

It’s amazing what impact a little warm weather photography can have on folks in the middle of the worst winter in 20 years throughout much of North America & Europe. My friends at Singh-Ray filters are some of the coolest folks in the business and I’ll take all the free publicity I can get these days!

Singh-Ray Web Site

Yes, those two images on the front of the Singh-Ray web site and their blog are two of my favorite shots from the Texas panhandle and a little something to help warm your soul on a cold and wet winter day.

While you’re feasting your eyes, take a look at the Singh-Ray LB Warming Polarizer, the Galen Rowell Graduated Neutral Density Filters and the brand new Vari-N-Trio. These are three essential filters for any landscape photographer and the same three that I use again and again in the field.

No, the folks at Singh-Ray do not sponsor me. I just think the world of their products and customer service and you will too!

8 thoughts on “Made the Front Page of Singh-Ray’s Site

  1. You’re such a great proponent of Singh – Ray they should at least give you a couple of free filters. Although hardly on this scale, I know the thrill of seeing your work used in a larger public forum. Each week I can see the pamphlet describing the meaning and background of each of our new sanctuary’s stained class windows with the photos I took of them – provided I go to church and pick one up from the back of the pew 🙂 so maybe not every week…

    Congrats Jeff. I’m planning of getting the Vari-N-Duo before the spring trip, not sure I’ll pop for the extra money for the Trio, is it really worth it?

    • Hey Glenn,

      I pay for them just like everyone else, 😦 but I’d be happy to have them sponsor me. 🙂

      I’ll have my new Vari-N-Trio with me for the workshop so you can shoot with it and see if there is any difference.


  2. Jeff, ref the Galen Rowell graduated neutral density filters listed as hard step or soft step…I think I know what the difference is between the two but would like clarification on the terminology and how one would apply better than the other for using in a given scene. Thanks.

    • Chuck,

      The “hard step” ND Grad has a distinct line where the gradation begins, which is usually placed right on the horizon. The “soft step” ND Grad has more of an area where the gradation begins. I prefer the “soft” because of the uneven terrain in the scenes I shoot but use the “hard” when shooting sunsets over water where the horizon really is a “hard” line.


  3. That’s great. I am very excited for you. Your posts inspired me to get my own Singh Ray LB Warming Polarizer about 6 months ago. Keep up the great work!

    • Thanks Jeff,

      You van view the other story I published on the Singh-Ray blog about 6 months ago by clicking on my name about halfway down the blog on the right.


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