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First Look: dp0 Quattro

© 2015 Patrick Santucci | Aperture: f10 | Shutter speed: 1/200sec | iso 100

The fourth addition to the dp Quattro lineup, the dp0 Quattro, is the widest dp camera using a 14mm F4 […]



Sigma Supports Emerging Photographers


At Sigma, we do one thing. Photography. We understand you have a vision and we are here to support it. Below are a few programs and artists whose passion and dedication we are honored to help showcase to the world.



Richard Bagdonas: May’s Sigma SuperFan

Richard Bagdonas of Jacksonville, Florida, is our May Sigma SuperFan! This photo was made by his son, Daniel.

We are pleased to announce Richard Bagdonis, of Jacksonville, Florida as our May #SigmaSuperFan.



The 35mm f1.4 for a Creative Take on Travel Photography

© 2015 Ryan Brown

I had the chance to explore the desert with the Sigma 35mm f1.4 Art Series lens. About 30 miles outside of Las Vegas, Nevada lies a town that is not on any maps. Nelson, Nevada is a former gold mining town in Eldorado Canyon. Filled with old cars, trucks, gas pumps, and barns, this was the perfect place to give the new 35mm lens a workout.



Tips from a Master Photographer:  Inspiration

Inspiration is everything in photography. Most photographers didn’t get into photography because we loved sitting behind a computer or because we loved sitting in a darkroom. We got into photography because we saw something that inspired us. Whether that was a National Geographic Magazine article that took us first-hand into some remote part of the world or because we grew up next to a father or grandfather that taught us about the craft, there was something that inspired us.



One Month with the Sigma 18-35mm f1.8 Art lens

© 2015 Ryan Brown

In the last few weeks I have had the chance to travel with Sigma’s 18-35mm F1.8 lens to New Jersey, Las Vegas and Chicago. The lens was put through the tests on a Canon 7D, 50D, and 60D. I was so intrigued by the lens that as a full-frame shooter, I went and found a cropped sensor camera just to use it. It was well worth it.



The Sigma dp3 Quattro – The first look!

© 2015 Ryan Brown

The Sigma team was in Pasadena, California for the annual Professional Photographers of California for their Pro Photo Expo. The weather was great and the temperature was hot both outside and on the tradeshow floor in the 30-foot Sigma booth. The wonderful model Jennie was on-site for the 3-day show for photographers to try out any of the Sigma lenses or the Sigma dp Quattro cameras.



Beauty of Sigma dp Quattro Cameras

The Sigma dp Quattro series of cameras is a great camera for a number of reasons. Not only is the camera one of the sharpest digital cameras on the market, but also purists will love it for its true film like qualities.

If you have ever photographed a classic Hasselblad camera, then the square format (1:1 aspect ratio) will feel natural as well as be a throwback. With this you don’t need to worry about portrait or landscape orientations. Just leave a little room to crop and you are good to go.



Introducing Sigma Vision 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

Welcome to the premiere issue of Sigma Vision, the new biannual magazine from Sigma Corporation of America, featuring inspiring imagery and great technical advice!



Share a selfie of #MySigmaLens!


Share a selfie of #MySigmaLens — A gear shot of you and your Sigma lenses and cameras using either the #MySigmaLens or #MySigmaCamera hashtag on Twitter, Instagram, or Google Plus and it can be featured right here in this blog feed. Get silly, or get seriously creative, but be sure to share a photo with those hashtags by January 31st, 2015!