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10.24.2012

Fan Photo of the Week: Victor Neves’ Fall Reflections

Victor Neves made this shot with his Sigma 24-70mm F2.8 EX DG in Scituate, RI.

Victor Neves used the Sigma 24-70mm F2.8 plus a Neutral Density filter to make this shot of fall leaves reflecting above a waterfall.

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10.12.2012

Treat yourself to Cool Halloween Shots with these Tricks and Tips

Halloween can be an amazing time to make all sorts of cool photos. Between the Jack O’Lanterns, people of all ages in silly or scary costumes, and haunted houses, there’s something great to shoot pretty much everywhere you turn.It’s also a great time of year to throw so many of the hard and fast guidelines of photography aside and have some fun by breaking some rules, and employing some cool photo tricks to make Halloween photos that’ll turn some heads. In this blog posting, we’re going to have some fun and give you some ideas on how to capture the spirit of the season.

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10.10.2012

Fan Photo of the Week: Kellie Smirnoff’s Hint of Autumn

©2012 Kellie Smirnoff

This week’s Facebook Fan photo of the week was taken by Kellie Smirnoff using the 15mm F2.8 EX DG Diagonal Fisheye […]

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09.24.2012

#59: Carrizo Plain (Part II) by Ryuichi Oshimoto

Eye Scene: Photographer, Ryuichi Oshimoto Travels with Sigma Camera & Lenses by Ryuichi Oshimoto

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09.17.2012

#58: Carrizo Plain (Part I) by Ryuichi Oshimoto

Eye Scene: Photographer, Ryuichi Oshimoto Travels with Sigma Camera & Lenses by Ryuichi Oshimoto

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09.10.2012

#57 Surrounding areas of Pinnacles National Monument (Part II) by Ryuichi Oshimoto

Eye Scene: Photographer, Ryuichi Oshimoto Travels with Sigma Camera & Lenses by Ryuichi Oshimoto

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09.04.2012

The Sigma 18-250mm F3.5-6.3 Macro is Ready for Adventures

When traveling as light as possible while maximizing versatility, an all-in-one zoom lens like the new Sigma 18-250mm F3.5-6.3 is a great choice. This recently redesigned lens is built specifically for DSLRs with the smaller APS-C sensors, and now adds 1:2.9 macro capture for even more flexibility and creativity in an even more compact package than its predecessor.

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09.03.2012

Shades of Blue by Robert O’Toole

For pure photographic opportunities Alaska is one of my favorite places on the globe. So spending time there each year […]

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08.30.2012

Sigma DP2 Merrill: First Impressions by Jack Howard

The Sigma DP2 Merrill is seriously amazing at capturing even the finest nuances of detail. Check out this super-detailed view of Battery Peck at Sandy Hook, NJ shot at F7.1 for serious depth of field. 1/320 F7.1 ISO 100. Click the image to fly out to full 4704x3136 view.

The Sigma DP2 Merrill creates amazing photographs with exceptional detail and beautifully smooth color gradations and nuances of tone. The overall image quality of this camera is simply amazing.

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08.22.2012

#56 Surrounding Areas of Pinnacles National Monument (Part I) by Ryuichi Oshimoto

The bird soaring over the mountain was not the California Condor I wanted to see, but the entire landscape blended well together. © 2012 Ryuichi Oshimoto, taken with APO 50-500mm F4.5-6.3 DG OS HSM @500mm

Eye Scene: Photographer, Ryuichi Oshimoto Travels with Sigma Camera & Lenses by Ryuichi Oshimoto

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