Optic Online Digital Edition with B&H

Join Sigma and technical specialist, Marc Farb, at B&H’s OPTIC online edition for a presentation of wildlife, landscape and travel photography.

Birds of a Different Feather with Kemore Camera

Join us for a tour of the ground and skies as it relates to aviation photography.

Introduction to Photographing Kids’ Sports

Capture the action!
About this Event
Join Bedford Camera and Sigma Tech Rep Marc Farb for a talk about the basics of shooting kid’s sports!

Aviation Photography in the Air and On the Ground

In this live stream, Jim Koepnick will share a few tips on how you can get better aviation photos.

European Ground Squirrels and European Hamsters With The Sigma 120-300mm F2.8 Sports lens

The Fairytale Nature Photography team capture amazing shots of small wildlife with the Sigma 120-300mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | Sports lens.

Sigma 150-600mm Sport vs Sigma 120-300mm F2.8+2x

What are the key difference between the Sigma 150-600mm Sport lens and the 120-300mm F2.8 Sport lens paired with the 2.0x teleconverter which makes it a constant-aperture 240-600mm F5.6 zoom lens?

Negative Space for Editorial Photography using Sigma Lenses

Action sport photographer, Liam Doran, shows how he uses Sigma lenses when he shoots editorial photos with negative spaces.

Panning Outdoor Action: Showing Motion in Sports Photography

Panning is a photographic technique to bring a sense of motion to a scene by following a moving subject through the frame. Learn from Sigma Pro Liam Doran

Close Encounters with Bears using Sigma 120-300mm F2.8 Sports

If you are into outdoor photography, I suggest you check out Katmai National Park and Preserve in Alaska on your next trip. Here are few of my favorite moments and highlights from this summer that will give you an idea…

The Rodeo with the Sigma 120-300mm Sports

If you only had 8 seconds to shoot the perfect shot, which lens would you choose? When I had the opportunity to shoot the Attica Rodeo in Attica, NY, I immediately reached for my Sigma 120-300mm f2.8 Sport lens. I knew the action would be fast, I didn’t know what the lighting would be and there would most certainly be dirt and dust flying. The lens could handle all of it, even if the lighting was less than optimal. Fortunately, it was a beautiful late summer day, so I didn’t have any lighting curve balls thrown at me. What I wasn’t counting on being thrown at me came from a bulls rear end.