Aligning Sunsets & Sunrises for More Compelling Photos

Join photographer Mike Carroll and learn how to add additional impact to your sunset shots by aligning the sun with landmarks and natural features.

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!

Glazer’s Live: Best Lenses for Landscape Photography

Sigma Tech Rep Aaron Norberg will share tips for shooting landscape photography. Attendees will see beautiful images and helpful recommendations for selecting the best lenses for your artistic vision. Get your questions answered in real time.

SIGMA 60-600mm F4.5-6.3 DG OS HSM Sports Lens for Air Show Photography

SIGMA Ambassador Jim Koepnick is no stranger to air shows, and the lens that’s always by his side is the SIGMA 60-600mm DG OS HSM | Sports

Sigma 70-200mm F2.8 DG OS HSM Sports for Landscapes

Sigma Ambassador Darren White captures landscapes and dark skies with the Sigma 70-200m F2.8 DG OS HSM | Sports lens.

Birding in Ecuador with the Sigma 60-600mm Sports lens

Brett Wells captures the brilliantly colorful birds of Ecuador wit the Sigma 60-600mm Sports Supertelephoto superzoom lens.

Capturing The World Around Me With The 14-24mm

As a travel and lifestyle photographer, I love being able to visit far flung destinations around the world and experience foreign cultures. Through it all, I try to create inspirational images that celebrate the local art and flavor. My main…

How to Take a Ski Photo

Great Ski Photography tips from one of the leading ski photographers, Sigma Pro Liam Doran.

Exploring Abandoned Architecture with the Sigma 14-24mm F2.8 DG HSM | Art lens

Renowned UrbEx photographer Walter Arnold explores abandoned sites with the Sigma 14-24mm F2.8 DG HSM | Art lens. See his full report and stunning images!

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…