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John DiGiacomo: Capturing Winter Sports with Sigma Lenses

Intro John DiGiacomo battles frigid temperatures for hours at a time in order to nail winter sports photo-shoots. After moving to Lake Placid, a premier sports venue in the United States, years ago, John’s interest in photography quickly transformed from…

Leslie Owen: Connecting Family Through Sigma Lenses

Leslie Owen is the photographer behind one of the most heartwarming holiday photos we’ve seen yet. As a self taught photographer, originally from Atlanta, the majority of Leslies work lies within kids and family photography. Though she has been photographing…

Behind the Scenes of Andrew Studer’s Epic Eclipse Shot Using the Sigma 150-600mm

Andrew Studer is the 21-year-old photographer behind one of the most incredible eclipse shots we’ve seen. He tells us how he framed this amazing shot with the Sigma 150-600mm F5-6.3 Contemporary lens.

Meg Loeks: Camera Mom and SIGMA Fan

Meg Loeks is an extremely talented portrait/lifestyle photographer, whose photos display a touching mix of comfort as well as spontaneity and adventure.

Adam Elmakias: Music Photography Using the Sigma 50mm F1.4 Art Lens

His Career: Adam Elmakias is living many people’s dreams; traveling the world, photographing and touring with diverse groups of musicians.  His journey as a music photographer began in middle school as a simple love for music.  When Adam entered high…

Traci Walter: Capturing Killer Whales with The Sigma 150-600mm F5-6.3 Lens

Using the Sigma 150-600mm F5-6.3 lens, Traci Walter is living her dream photographing Orca’s while working as a whale watch naturalist. Residing on San Juan Island in Washington State (a killer whale hotspot), Traci runs about 2 whale watch trips daily, where she teaches tourists about the beauty of these incredible animals.

Best of Sigma – 2017

Sigma users all over have been raving about the design, price and overall quality of our products- check out some of our favorite quotes from the past few months!