Meg Loeks offers great advice for making Halloween photos of children using a DSLR camera and two Sigma lenses.
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 is an extremely talented portrait/lifestyle photographer. Through the photos on her personal Instagram account, we are able to watch her beautiful 3 boys grow up, and experience the beauties of their small rural town. Her photos display a touching mix of comfort as well as spontaneity and adventure.
His Career: Adam Elmakias is living many people’s dreams; traveling the world, photographing and touring with diverse groups of musicians. […]
The Sigma 24-70 f2.8 Art lens is now in my camera bag for all future assignments. It’s razor sharp, it’s fast to focus and it’s got Optical Stabilization.
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.
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.