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12.06.2013

Fan Photo of the Week: Jay Graviano’s Bay Bridge

This week’s Fan Photo comes to us from Jay Graviano of Los Altos, California and was made with the Sigma 70-200mm F2.8 EX DG OS HSM lens. His long exposure of the Bay Bridge and SF skyline is quite stunning!

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11.06.2013

Fan Photo of the Week: Roman Kruglov’s Central Park Panorama

This photo is a stitched panorama made up of seven images, captured with the Sigma 30mm F2.8 DN | A lens by Roman Kruglov.

This week’s Fan Photo of the Week was captured by Roman Kruglov in Manhattan’s Central Park with a Sigma 30mm F2.8 DN | A lens on his Sony NEX camera.

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10.30.2013

Fan Photo of the Week: Tim Drivas’ All the Little People

Tim Drivas made this Fisheye cityscape with the Canon 5D MKII, with a Sigma EX DG 15mm f/2.8 fisheye lens. 
 
Settings.
1/250, f/4 ISO 200, 15mm

This week’s Fan Photo of the Week was made by Tim Drivas with the Sigma 15mm F2.8 EX DG HSM Fisheye lens on a Canon 5D Mark II.

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08.08.2013

Fan Photo of the Week: Frank Lee’s Sunrise

About the Photograph

On the day this picture was taken, I woke up during the wee hours of the morning, and ventured into the darkness with my backpack stuffed full of photo equipment. I hiked from Hammock Beach (FL) to somewhere beyond the Washington Oaks Gardens State Park, and took pictures along the way. This stretch of beach in Palm Coast, Florida, is covered with Coquina rock formations and tide pools. It is an absolutely wonderful place for photography and exploration. When the sun started to rise, I setup and took a few long exposure shots using my Sigma 10-20mm F3.5 EX DC HSM lens and a variable ND variable filter. It was such a beautiful sunrise that I decided to do a self portrait using a wireless remote shutter release.

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07.30.2013

Fan Photo of the Week: John Lincourt’s Newport Lighthouse

This week’s Fan Photo of the Week was made by John Lincourt, from Lincoln, Rhode Island. He tells us:

This is Goat Island Lighthouse, in the middle of Newport (RI) Harbor, with the iconic Newport Bridge is in the background. I got this photo during a harbor cruise I took with my wife earlier this summer. You can’t quite get this view from any accessible vantage points on land, so I was really happy when the captain steered the boat around the island. This was only the first time I had taken the 50-150 lens out, and I had just picked this lens up second hand–I was very happy with the results!

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