You know Art. You know Sports. But you might not know Contemporary. Learn more about SIGMA’s line of high-quality, compact lenses designed for everybody.
If you want to shoot with razor sharp primes but still travel light, SIGMA I series lenses are the way to go! SIGMA Ambassador Liam Doran took the 20mm, 35mm and 65mm F2 DG DN | Contemporary to Norway, and found them to be just the right size for capturing a big-time adventure.
Getting out of your comfort zone is a great exercise for photographers, and for SIGMA Ambassador Heather Larkin, exploring a big city entirely in black and white is about as far from the norm as it gets. See how Heather put a trio of ultra-portable SIGMA I series prime lenses to use on her first trip to New York City.
DP Timur Civan creates a simple dialogue scene to show how similar focal lengths: 28mm, 35mm, 40mm, can each create a different emotion.
With films such as Venom, The Matrix Resurrection, and Jungle Cruise, on his resume, Dan Godar is one of the top aerial camera operators in the industry.
Few things move faster than a dog playing fetch, and if you’re trying to take photos of “disc dog” in motion, you need a lens that can keep up. The SIGMA 150-600mm DG DN OS | Sports is just that lens, with the range and performance required to catch all the action!
Crop-sensor gear might not get all the big press, but FUJIFILM X users have made APS-C their format of choice for good reason. And as SIGMA Ambassador Anabel DFlux found out, using our lightweight 16mm, 30mm and 56mm F1.4 DC DN | Contemporary lenses on Fujifilm X cameras yields outstanding results without breaking the bank.