Singh-Ray Blog

Ron Niebrugge Anza-Borrego, California, How to, Photos, Travel 8 Comments

Dry Lake Bed, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, California.

Dry Lake Bed, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, California.

I have been a long time user of Singh-Ray filters, particularly their graduated neutral density filters.  So I must say I was honored when they approached me recently and asked me to contribute to their blog.  In fact, I already had the first post written in my head, as  it was a tip I thought I would post here.  Instead, I shared my discovery of the usefulness of using live-view in the positioning of graduated neutral density filters.  Well I don’t want to spoil the whole post, you can check out the whole story at the Singh-Ray blog

As far as my own blog goes, I still may do some fine tuning of the header, photo size etc., so if things look a bit funky from time to time, you will understand.

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  2. Thanks for the link Ron, and the useful post. I still rather use a filter here (Singh-Ray of course) than HDR, so this was very helpful. Great image!

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    Hi Paul,

    Thank!. Yeah, I would rather use a filter as well.

    Hey Richard, I hear you, I had to replace mine about a year ago – they get a slight bend in them that was slightly distorting the image.

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