Meg Loeks
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SIGMA Ambassador Meg Loeks lives in a remote part of Michigan's Upper Peninsula with her husband, four young children and several animals. Her photography journey started when she was young, shooting with film and developing her own prints. Drawn to low light and color, she is a portrait and lifestyle photographer. Meg is a mentor and instructor at Clickin Moms, and a Profoto Legend of Light. She is also a volunteer photographer for The Gold Hope Project, a nonprofit organization which gifts families battling pediatric cancer a free photo session.

Beyond Trick-or-Treating: How To Create Unique Halloween Photos

Creating fun, memorable Halloween photos can be challenging, especially when kids are in a rush to go trick-or-treating. But with a little patience, some flexibility, and the right gear, it can be done. Learn tricks of the trade from SIGMA Ambassador Meg Loeks for a truly unforgettable spooky season!

Have Lens, Will Travel: Exploring with the SIGMA 24mm F1.4 DG DN Art

Whether at home or on the road, nothing beats a wide, fast, sharp prime lens for beautifully capturing memorable scenes. From Michigan to Rome, photographer Meg Loeks did just that with the travel-friendly SIGMA 24mm F1.4 DG DN | Art.

Creating Timeless Moments with the SIGMA 35mm F1.4 DG DN Art Lens

There’s nothing like a 35mm prime lens to capture the very essence of a special moment, which is why photographer Meg Loeks uses her SIGMA 35mm F1.4 DG DN | Art lens to document a wide variety of heartwarming family scenes.

First Look: SIGMA 85mm F1.4 DG DN Art Lens

The new SIGMA F1.4 DG DN Art combines all the things I want in a lens… small and lightweight, tack sharp, fast and dreamy.

Family Moments with the 35mm

Meg Loeks captures lovely family moments with the Sigma 35mm F1.4 DG HSM | Art lens

Holiday Season Family Memories: How to Make Magical Photos

Sigma Ambassador Meg Loeks gives tips on capturing the perfect holiday shots. Using a variety of Sigma lenses, Meg’s photos are simply stunning.

Tips for Photographing Children During The Halloween Season

Meg Loeks offers great advice for making Halloween photos of children using a DSLR camera and two SIGMA lenses.