Tips Tricks & Techniques

Great advice on photography from leading voices. From the photo studio to the farthest reaches of the globe, learn a lot about Sigma lenses.

Creating Magical Memories with Special Subjects

See how photographer Heather Larkin has made magic throughout the years, helping special young ladies finally feel like a princess.

Using Neutral Density Filters with the SIGMA 14-24mm F2.8 DG DN Art Lens

The incredible SIGMA 14-24mm F2.8 DG DN Art doesn’t have front filter threads, but a built-in rear filter holder gives you the ability to shoot long exposures without the bulk.

Chasing Storms and Lightning Strikes with SIGMA Lenses

There’s always something exciting to look forward to while you’re out storm chasing, including rainbows, storm clouds, fog, and of course, lightning!

Making the Most of Elopement and Micro Wedding Photo Sessions

Micro weddings and elopements are more popular than ever, but smaller weddings can be just as memorable and beautiful as huge, extravagant events!

Capturing Beautiful Nighttime Photography with the SIGMA fp

Astrophotographer Jack Fusco takes the SIGMA fp on a nighttime photography adventure to test its low-light shooting capabilities.

3 Must-Have Lenses for Engagement Photography

Learn about three frequently-used SIGMA prime lenses for engagement sessions and the reasons why they tell a great story.

Video: Shooting Graduation Photos at Home with the SIGMA Tech Reps

The SIGMA Tech Rep team offers a number of helpful hints to help you capture great shots of your graduate from home, from lens choice to lighting!

Video: How To Use the SIGMA USB Dock to Calibrate and Update Your Lens

Learn how to keep your Sigma lens up-to-date and properly calibrated with the Sigma USB Dock and Sigma Optimization Pro software.

Video: How to Shoot Star Trails from Home

Astrophotographer Jack Fusco explains how to create beautiful star trail photographs right from your own back yard.

Video: Shooting Graduation Portraits of Kids at Home

With a little time, patience and some basic equipment, you can shoot your own graduation photos (or traditional school pictures) at home.