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Since 1961, SIGMA has worked towards a single, simple goal: to imagine and develop the technologies that will allow the attainment of the perfect image. In addition, we do our best to provide photographers with the information and inspiration they need to bring their creative endeavors to the next level.

On the water with the Sigma 100-400mm f/5-6.3 DG HSM OS Contemporary

Guest Blogger John Lincourt gives the Sigma 100-400mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM | Contemporary lens a field test shooting yacht racing off Newport, Rhode Island

The Elephants of Myanmar

Hi! I’m Molly Ferrill, a National Geographic Explorer with a focus on documenting wildlife and environmental issues. This week I’ll be taking over Sigma’s Instagram account with some photos from my recent project in Myanmar. People and elephants have had…

Capturing the Night Sky with SIGMA Lenses

Astrophotographer, Jack Fusco, talks about how he uses Sigma Lenses to capture the night sky.

Photographing Hawaiian Lava with Sigma 150-600mm S Lens

Photographing lava is tricky at best…dangerous at worst. Here on the Big Island of Hawaii, we have two options…go out on a boat to shoot the lava as it pours over the cliff or hang on the side of a cliff praying it will not fall away beneath you and that the next huge plume of smoke/gas and organic material will not ruin your lungs and camera gear. I choose to do both…sea and land. In this blog, I want to share how I get it done by sea.

Shooting in Adirondacks with the Sigma 150-600mm Lens

Upon receiving the Sigma 150-600mm f/5-6.3 Sport lens last winter, I was anxious to see if the lens could perform as well as many of the favorable reviews it has received stated. With New York’s Adirondack Park as my backyard, I am fairly demanding of my photography equipment, as it is exposed to some pretty harsh conditions.

Photographing Weddings with SIGMA Art Lenses

This article was written by Michael Cassara and published by SIGMA. I’m a prime guy. I went to film school where my professors always preached about using prime lenses, both for their speed and for their performance. So when I…

Sigma Cine Lenses Review Roundup

Announced earlier this week, Sigma’s new Cine Lenses are making a splash at the IBC Show.

Here are some of our favorite quotes we’ve seen so far!

The Sigma 18-300mm F3.5-6.3 | C lens is Always Ready For Anything!

The Sigma 18-300mm F3.5-6.3 DC OS HSM Macro | Contemporary lens is best described as versatile . At just four inches long in the camera bag, and weighing just over a pound, this small lens covers wide angle to supertele, plus macro.

Breathtaking Tulips with Sigma 180mm F2.8 Macro Lens

Douglas Dubler created this series of tulip images with the Sigma 180mm F2.8 Macro HSM lens paired with a Sony A7R Mark2. “I use this lens for one reason, it’s the best, period.  And it has a great working distance,…

To Zoom or Not to Zoom- Portraits with Primes

By Forest McMullin  As a photographer who specializes in environmental portraiture, lens selection is critical to the look of my work. Much of the time I choose to shoot with prime lenses. Let me explain why I made that decision…