Patrick Santucci and I had a few days to check out the first sample of the new 24mm F1.4 DG HSM | Art lens to arrive in the US, right before it was shipped off to WPPI for the big show.
Along the Brooklyn waterfront. 30 second exposure at F11 at ISO 100 on the Canon 6D by Patrick Santucci.
The widest full-frame Art lens released to date, this lens takes in 84 degrees for sweeping views.
100% detail of the frame above.
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Introducing Sigma Vision magazine!
Welcome to the premiere issue of Sigma Vision, the new biannual magazine from Sigma Corporation of America, featuring inspiring imagery and great technical advice!
We’ve got great advice for adventure sports photography from Liam Doran, birding tips from Lisa Franceski, art show tips from Walter Arnold, and much more!
Please share with your friends, and please share your feedback and thoughts on the first issue of our new magazine!
© 2015 Liam Doran
This morning sun rises over the San Juan Mountains
of southwest Colorado bathing the deep snow on Coal Bank Pass in low angle light. I spent two days
skiing and shooting with local pro skier Sven Brunso. His knowledge of the area is extensive and was
critical in helping us capture some amazing shots.
Sigma 24-105mm F4 DG OS HSM lens on a Canon
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After a brisk cross-country ski with our fox red Lab pup Rowan, I decided to take a few snowy mug shots her under a brilliant blue sky. With snow sticking to her whiskers, she was sure to produce a few good head shots.
Portrait of Rowan with a Sigma polarizer filter at maximum effect. Nikon D800E, Sigma 24- 105mm F4 DG (OS) HSM | A lens at 105mm. f/8, 1/60 sec., ISO 50. This RAW image was processed in Adobe Camera RAW to be as close to identical in terms of luminosity as the minimum polarizer photo directly below. All processing besides exposure was the same. Photo © 2015 David FitzSimmons. All rights reserved.
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