From frogs to flowers, eclipses to portraits, the SIGMA 100-400mm DG OS HSM Contemporary lens is a great everyday telephoto zoom for almost any occasion where you need a little reach. Photographer Martina Abreu takes this handy lens for a test drive and shows just how versatile it can be!
Cinematography: The Art of Long Lenses
Rubidium Wu explains how a cinematographer takes advantage of long lenses, such as compressing space and amplifying stunts.
Sigma 100-400 F5-6.3 DG OS HSM | C – A One Year Update
John Lincourt gives a one year update on the 100-400mm Contemporary lens for on-the-water and on-land action capture!
Stretch Your Creative Vision with Panoramas: A Beginner’s Guide to Your First Attempts
Sigma Pro Liam Doran offers pointers for amazing panorama photo captures.
What Do All the Numbers in a Lens Name Mean?
Here’s a helpful guide for the beginner photographer to understand what all the numbers in a lens name mean.
Do I Really Need To Go Full-Frame To Up My Game?
This is one of the more frequent themes of conversations I find myself in with photographers who are trying to make their way through the incredible range of equipment available to image makers today. As common a concern as it…
Shooting the Breck Epic
As a pro adventure sports photographer, it might come as a surprise to many, but I don’t shoot organized sports events and competitions very often. In fact, one of the only events that I do shoot is a six-day mountain…
Shooting Sigma lenses on Sony A7RIII with the MC-11 Adapter
Sigma Pro Liam Doran pairs his Canon EF-mount version of Sigma Art lenses with the Sony A7RIII via the MC-11 for an exploration of Moab, Utah.
Exploring Red Rock Canyon with Sigma Lenses
For many, the glitz and glamour of the Las Vegas strip make it the perfect destination. On the other end, many landscape travelers go to Vegas because it’s the nearest airport to Death Valley, Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon and many…
Sigma 100-400mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM | Contemporary: Team Field Reports
The Sigma 100-400mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM | Contemporary lens has quickly founds its way into the hearts—and camera bags—of photographers everywhere.