Sigma Pro Jen Rozenbaum uses her three favorite lenses: 35mm F1.4 DG HSM | Art, 85mm F1.4 DG HSM and […]
In the fourth episode of the Boudoir Photography Sessions, Sigma Pro Jen Rozenbaum provides great advice on what negative space […]
INTRODUCTION: SIGMA 18-300mm Contemporary The Sigma 18-300mm 3.5-6.3 DC HSM OS Macro │ Contemporary lens is by far and away […]
Sigma Pro Judy Host offers great tips for photographing children, from Maternity through teen years in this new video series. […]
In the second episode, Sigma Pro Jen Rozenbaum provides great advice on how to pose in small spaces with the 50mm F1.4 […]
In the first episode, Sigma Pro Jen Rozenbaum provides great advice on how to take a good bed posing photo with […]
Introducing a new educational video series from Sigma Pro Jen Rozenbaum about almost everything there is to know about boudoir photography!
Jen is here to provide instruction on posing, lighting, wardrobe, shooting any woman in any scenario and many more!
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.
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.