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12.05.2014

Festival of Cranes: Sigma 150-600mm F5-6.3 Sport

I was fortunate enough to get a chance to test out the new Sigma 150-600mm f5-6.3 Sport lens at the Festival of Cranes out […]

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04.24.2014

Rediscovering the Sigma 150-500mm F5-6.3 zoom lens for Outdoor Photography

A sandhill crane poses for my camera in front of a pond on a golf course in Florida. Thanks to the grab-and-go ease of this supertelephoto zoom lens, it was mere seconds from parking to making the first photos when I first saw this trio of birds.  Sigma 150-500mm F5-6.3 at 500mm 1/1600 F6.3 ISO 400 on a Sony A-850.

The Sigma 150-500mm F5-6.3 zoom lens offers great verstatility and reach in a compact package, perfect for on-the-go wildlife and birding phtoography.

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02.14.2014

A Shared Connection: The Bryant Family Shares a Love of Photography

Bailey Bryant, age nine, makes a photo with one of the two Sigma 150-500mm F5-6.3 lenses his family owns near their home in Florida.

The love of photography is something that is oftentimes shared and passed down through the generations of a family. Ask a photographer where they first caught the photo bug, and there’s a good chance that a father, uncle, aunt or mother originally sparked that interest.

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08.15.2012

Finding and Photographing CURIOUS CRITTERS

You never know where your next picture is going to come from. Whether it’s travel photography, weddings, portraiture, or whatever, […]

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07.30.2012

Chasing Birds with the Sigma 120-400mm F4.5-5.6

This past month, I was lucky enough to visit two amazing birding hotspots with the Sigma 120-400mm F4.5-5.6. Now, after shooting with this compact, long-reach tele zoom, I’ve got to say that is has quickly become one of my favorite lenses in the Sigma lineup for its fantastic combination of reach, range and amazing sharpness in a very compact package–under four pounds and just eight inches long.

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06.01.2012

Beachscapes

Spots where sand, sea, and sky come together offer certain challenges to photographers, but the results can be so amazingly rewarding. Conditions can change quickly as the sun hides behind a cloud, and conditions most certainly change slowly as the tides sink and rise and the sun and moon dance across the sky. The same patch of sea may be mirror calm and reflecting golden light, or it may be a churn of furious waves. Fogs, mists, and wind-whipped sand can make for gorgeous images even as they fool camera meters. There’s a world of possibilities waiting to be captured along these edges, whenever you visit, and with whatever Sigma lens you’ve got in your bag.

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04.30.2012

Fan Photo of the Week: Loralea Kirby’s Vanity

'Vanity'

The Fan Photo of the Week for April 30th was captured by Loralea Kirby with a Sigma 50-500mm on a Canon Eos 7D at the Cape May Zoo.

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06.06.2011

The New Sigma 120-300mm F2.8 EX DG OS APO HSM: Hands On, by Jack Howard

Sigma’s Technical editor Jack Howard gives a comprehensive report about the new 120-300mm F2.8 EX DG OS APO HSM lens.

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