This week’s Fan Photo of the Week was taken by photographer Chris Hunter made with the Sigma 10-20mm f4-5.6 EX [...]
This week’s Fan Photo of the Week was taken by photographer Charles Hardin made with the 17-50mm F2.8 EX DC OS [...]
The first lens many people think of for landscape photography are wide angles. While I utilize wide and super-wide glass [...]
This week’s Fan Photo of the Week was taken by photographer Aaron Burnett made with the 17-70mm F2.8-4 DC OS [...]
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.
Sigma’s Fan Photo of the Week (May 14-18) was made by photographer Brian Coffey with his 70-200mm F2.8 EX DG OS lens and Nikon D2x.
Have you ever seen a beautiful sunrise or sunset building but can’t figure out where to go to photograph it? [...]
Our Fan Photo of the Week (May 7-11) was captured by photographer Matt Casagrande. He tells us: My friend and [...]