Fat Bike Snow Racing with the Sigma 150-600mm Sports lens. Capturing Sports action in snowy conditions with this rugged, weatherproof zoom lens.
I was invited to shoot the annual NAS Pensacola Blue Angels Homecoming Air Show couple of months ago. I normally […]
Sigma offers a pair of hyper-telephoto zoom lenses for full-frame cameras, the 150-600mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM | Sports and […]
As a member of the Sigma Pro Team, it’s always Christmas with new lenses arriving for me to play with. […]
The Sigma team is getting ready for PDN PhotoPlusExpo 2015 at the Javitts Center in New York City later this month!
This is the East Coast’s biggest Photo Show of the year, and the Sigma booth is going to be hopping with presentations and demos from our team of talented Tech Reps and Sigma Pros.
Editor’s Note: A few years back, we first came to notice the outstanding work Liam Doran was creating with the […]
Last year, Sigma announced a pair of zoom lenses for full-frame cameras, the 150-600mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM | Sports and 150-600mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM | Contemporary. With identical focal lengths and apertures, and advanced feature sets including the Sigma-exclusive lens customization, these two new champion zoom lenses share a significant amount of DNA. So, what is the difference between the Sports and Contemporary version of the Sigma 150-600mm zoom lenses?
Walking in to the gym at our local high school, you can’t help but notice the two 20 foot wide by 6 foot tall vinyl banners of both the boys and girls varsity basketball teams. I’ve received numerous comments on them including one person who said, “As soon as I entered the gym, I knew it was a ‘Chesler’ image.”
It’s a marketing jackpot that pays for itself over and over in exposure to other teams and high school seniors for their portrait sessions. In this blog post I will go over how I got the job, how I shot it, how I created it and the sales I made from it.
Shooting hockey tournaments on a regular basis, I consider myself a seasoned veteran on the ins and outs of shooting hockey, such as keeping the equipment up and running in cold rinks and how to adjust for the challenging lighting situations. As experienced as I am with these, I still feel I was caught a little off guard when I agreed to shoot the Great Lakes Girls Hockey League Playoff Tournament at an outdoor twin rink complex in Buffalo in late February.