William Beecher
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Mojave Desert 2016: Trains in the Desert Captured with Sigma Lenses

Desert Light. Geography has a profound impact on the eyes perception of daylight. Areas with large volumes of water (while necessary for life), causes variables that reflect, soften, and at worst completely obscure the essence of daylight. To limit those variables this photographer chooses the Mojave Desert in south-eastern California to maximize an entire day’s lighting aesthetics.

Capturing Trains in the Mojave Desert with Sigma’s 150-600mm F5-6.3

William Beecher uses Sigma’s 150-600mm lens to capture trains moving through the historic Mojave Desert.

Legacy Power in the Roundhouse: Night Shoot w/ Sigma 24-105mm F4 DG HSM Art

The weekend of April 30th, 2016 christened the first annual “Laker Rail” Multi-media Railroad Program. Anchored in St Paul Minnesota and hosted by friend and author Steve Glischinski, the event was held in conjunction with “Union Depot Train Days.” It featured…

Railfans: Chicago Rush

Every Photographer has a bucket list of places and things they would like to shoot. 3-3-2016 ended up being the perfect day to knock a few locations off my list. The fact that the weather wasn’t great was actually a…