There’s nothing like an air show to awaken the photographer in all of us, and the SIGMA 150-600mm DG DN OS | Sports lens provides the range, speed and portability to give aircraft enthusiasts a fighting chance to capture that perfect shot. SIGMA Ambassador Jim Koepnick has more than a few air shows under his belt, and shows what can be done with this extremely versatile piece of gear.
The 150-600mm DG DN OS Sports is SIGMA’s first ultra-telephoto, full-frame zoom lens for mirrorless cameras, and its epic adventure begins with a trip to the Colorado backcountry with outdoor photographer Liam Doran.
Sigma Pro Liam Doran captures Elk during the rut high in the Rocky Mountains with the Sigma 150-600mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM | Sports lens.
If you live in New Jersey, you’ve heard all the jokes, everything from “What Exit?” to all the Snooki wisecracks, but here’s the real ‘situation’: New Jersey is one of the best locations for bird watching in the United States,…
Brett Wells captures the brilliantly colorful birds of Ecuador wit the Sigma 60-600mm Sports Supertelephoto superzoom lens.
Summer is a great time to hit the road and make amazing memories and fantastic photos! Wherever your trail leads, Sigma has a lens that is perfect for your vacation style!
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…
Intro John DiGiacomo battles frigid temperatures for hours at a time in order to nail winter sports photo-shoots. After moving to Lake Placid, a premier sports venue in the United States, years ago, John’s interest in photography quickly transformed from…
Photographing lava is tricky at best…dangerous at worst. Here on the Big Island of Hawaii, we have two options…go out on a boat to shoot the lava as it pours over the cliff or hang on the side of a cliff praying it will not fall away beneath you and that the next huge plume of smoke/gas and organic material will not ruin your lungs and camera gear. I choose to do both…sea and land. In this blog, I want to share how I get it done by sea.
Upon receiving the Sigma 150-600mm f/5-6.3 Sport lens last winter, I was anxious to see if the lens could perform as well as many of the favorable reviews it has received stated. With New York’s Adirondack Park as my backyard, I am fairly demanding of my photography equipment, as it is exposed to some pretty harsh conditions.