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12.26.2013

Rivers as Lines

Photography is all about abstraction. As you reduce three-dimensional scenes into two-dimensional photographs, your world flattens and becomes filled with […]

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12.23.2013

Control Light with Sigma’s C | 17-70mm F2.8-4 DC OS lens

©2013 Judy Host | Lens: Sigma 17-70mm | Focal length: 70mm | Aperture: f/4.0 Shutter speed: 100 | ISO 320 Manual mode

As an available light photographer, learning how to control the light that comes into my camera is the single most […]

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12.20.2013

Bird photography at Bosque del Apache with Sigma’s 120-300mm f/2.8 lens

Sigma 120-300mm f/2.8 EX DG IF HSM APO and 1.4x DG EX APO Teleconverter @ 420mm, Nikon D800E, 1/25th s at f/5.6, ISO 220,  Auto-ISO, manual exposure mode, +1 EV, handheld. ©2013 Robert O'Toole

Bosque del Apache is a National Wildlife refuge is a very popular nature photography hot spot in New Mexico. Photographers […]

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12.20.2013

Holiday Lights: Theme and Variation

’Tis the season to be jolly…and to have some fun with your holiday photography! After a recent snow storm, I […]

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12.18.2013

A Wildlife Photographer…attends the American Photo Model Shoot

I am a wildlife and nature photographer but I often like to step out of my comfort zone and photograph […]

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12.16.2013

Sigma University Tour

I recently had the pleasure of being a guest speaker at 4 different west coast universities to interact with and […]

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11.28.2013

Sigma Safari Photo Shoot: Promo Images

© 2013 Lindsay Adler | Camera: Sigma SD1 | Lens: 18-35mm F1.8 | Focal length: 26mm | Shutter speed: 1/125sec | ISO 100 | Aperture: f/11

The PhotoPlus Expo, held annually at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City, is one of the biggest photo […]

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11.27.2013

Sigma Holiday Gift Guide 2013: Our Pros Top Picks

For this year’s gift guide, we asked our Sigma Pros to recommend some of their favorite gear. This crew of amazingly talented and hard-working photographers each focuses on a different specialty and has their own individual style, and they’ve all got their favorite Sigma gear. Check out these great reasons why our pros choose to use Sigma lenses and cameras.

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11.26.2013

Perfect Portrait Camera: DP3 Merrill

© 2013 Kevin Ames | Camera: DP3 Merrill | Shutter speed: 1/160 sec | Aperture: F7.1 | ISO: 100

The quality medium format cameras no matter what the brand stand out as superior to most DSLR cameras. This is […]

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11.19.2013

Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park: a nature photographer’s mecca.

©2013 Roman M. Kurywczak | Lens: Sigma 12-24mm | Focal length: 21mm | Aperture:  f/20 | Shutter speed: 1.0 sec | ISO 400 on tripod

Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park have to be the premier nature photography location in the lower 48 states. Subjects range from stunning and otherworldly landscapes to abundant free roaming wildlife. The best time to visit the parks is either in early spring (June) or my favorite time of year in late September to early October as the leaves start to change. The large summer crowds are gone and the park takes on a much slower pace, as it gets ready for the approaching winter. The image above is of the Teton Range just off the outside road. This image is at first light and I used a Singh-Ray, 3 stop, reverse graduated neutral density filter to help balance the foreground with the much lighter sky and mountain range.

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