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01.05.2015

Around the World with Sigma Lenses

© Eduardo Angel

One Photographer’s Experience Using Sigma Lenses in Istanbul, Brussels, and Paris, Part I By Eduardo Angel I have recently returned […]

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01.05.2015

Choices, Decisions, and Results: Sigma Lenses for Video

Image © Eduardo Angel.

One Photographer’s Experience Using Sigma Lenses for video in Istanbul, Brussels, and Paris by Eduardo Angel.

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12.01.2014

Sigma Product Awards and Accolades: 2014 Wrap-Up!

2014 was a very busy year for Sigma. We announced a host of new lenses and cameras, offered the Sigma dp2 Quattro Test Shoot, and participated in trade shows, and dealer events across the country. Photographers all around the world have been talking about our new lenses in the Art, Sports, and Contemporary lines, as well as the completely redesigned dp series cameras.

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10.06.2014

Taking Creative Control: Understanding Aperture and F/Stops

These two apples were photographed with the Sigma 18-35mm F1.8 DC HSM | A lens zoomed to 35mm with an F2.8 aperture for shallow depth of field. Notice how just a sliver of the leaf and near apple is on the focal plane. The front apple is about a foot from the lens, with the farther apple nine inches behind. The back wall with the very soft shadow is ten feet from the camera.  1/40 F2.8 ISO 400, continuous lighting.

Of the three main variables relating to creative and artistic control on DSLR and compact interchangeable cameras–aperture, shutter speed and ISO– aperture control, is for many beginners, the most difficult to grasp. Have no fear, we’re here to help. Learning how and when to select a wide or narrow aperture unleashes the creative and expressive potential of your camera’s lenses.

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05.28.2014

First Look: Sigma 50mm F1.4 DG HSM | A

Daffodils, captured wide open at F1.4 with the new Sigma 50mm F1.4 DG HSM | A lens on a classic 5D. 1/5000 F1.4 ISO 100.

The Sigma 50mm F1.4 DG HSM | A lens is simply amazing. This standard field of view, fast-aperture, full-frame, prime lens combines outstanding sharpness, fast autofocus, in a lens that is built with a singular vision on performance.

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