Sigma I Series Lenses: A Roundtable Discussion with B&H
Join photographer and Sigma tech rep, Brian Linhoff and Sigma Ambassador Anabel DFlux as they discuss Sigma’s latest new product; the I Series which is developed, designed and made for mirrorless cameras to maximize their benefits. The new, 35mm F2 DG DN | Contemporary and 65mm F2 DG DN | Contemporary lenses answer the call for “compact, high-performance and high-quality lenses”. B&H Reviewer, Bjorn Petersen says of these lenses, “They fit perfectly on your sleek full-frame mirrorless and aren’t a burden to hang onto when you spend several hours on your feet”. Join, the Sigma team as they discuss the technical, practical and highly desired features of the new I Series of lenses and how Sigma achieved the balance between performance and size to bring the perfectly compact package bringing ease, style, portability and high quality to your photography.
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Anabel DFlux is a published photographer in the sunny state of California, known for a vast array of photographic work. Art is her passion in life, and in 2009 she made her dream a reality by establishing Deliquesce-Flux Photography.
Since then, Anabel has become renowned for her innovative work including exotic animal photography, live music shooting and dynamic, imaginative portraits. In 2019, she became a SIGMA Ambassador, and continues to work tirelessly throughout the country with the latest SIGMA lenses by her side.
Brian picked up the photo bug about 15 years ago when his father-in-law introduced him to the world of DSLRs. From that time forward, he has always had a camera around him. Brian started working the photo industry at a local camera store as a store manager. Since then, he has worked for Sony and Sigma as a Technical Representative, and more recently as the Senior Technical Representative for Sigma’s Cine Lenses.
Derek Fahsbender is a Bronx-based photographer best known for capturing the aesthetic of the urban landscape and the colorful characters within.
Drawing inspiration from the unforgiving streets of New York City he remembers while growing up in the 1980’s, Derek’s work seeks to bring the viewer beyond the postcard portrayals of big city life and into the shoes of the common person. Derek has always had a fascination with observing people and, after studying psychology and sociology during his college years, his interest in people watching was taken to new heights. A lifelong photo enthusiast, it wasn’t until 2008 that his photography began to really take shape. Self-taught in the basics, the following years would see an evolution in his work from random snapshots into artfully crafted, people-centric depictions of the inner city.
Today, Derek is regarded as much for his photos as he is for the way in which he achieves them. His knack for seamlessly immersing himself all types of environments, paired with an infectious personality, allow Derek to create photos that convey perfectly the emotions he felt when capturing each shot. He is currently working on a number of projects and hopes to soon bring his vision to places outside the boundaries of the five boroughs.
Grant Willing is a New York-based artist working with photography, text, and drawing. He has exhibited his work internationally and self-published several books on subjects ranging from black metal to citrus fruit.