Sigma Presents: Let’s Talk Cine with Pixel Connection

Watch a live stream with Sigma rep, Brian Linhoff about the different features and benefits of Sigma’s lineup of Cine Lenses.

Translating Your Photography Skills to Video

Join Sigma Senior Cine Technical Representative Brian Linhoff for a discussion on taking the skills you learned in photography and translating them into video.

Translating Your Photography Skills into Video: Sigma Session

Join Sigma Senior Cine Technical Representative Brian Linhoff for a discussion on taking the skills you learned in the photography realm and translating them into video.

Using Your Photo Skills for Video

Join Sigma Senior Cine Technical Representative Brian Linhoff for a discussion on taking the skills you learned in photography and translating them into video.

Gliding Over a Challenging Shoot with Sigma Lenses

Recently here at Yonder Blue Films, based near Atlanta, Georgia, we were fortunate to be asked by Blackmagic Design to be one of the first production companies to try out their new Pocket Cinema Camera 4K on a project. I…

How I Shot An Entire Feature Film on Sigma Art Lenses

Actor Brian Jordan Alvarez and Director of Photography Jordan McKittrick created the feature-length comedy “Grandmother’s Gold” using only two Sigma Art lenses: the 18-35mm Art and 50-100mm Art.

5 Tips for Low Budget Filmmaking

If you’re a director of photography hoping to shoot a micro-budget movie as efficiently as possible, there are ways to plan ahead and achieve every bit of production value you can.

BMX Riders with the 18-35mm F1.8 Lens

With it’s introduction back in 2013, the Sigma 18-35mm f1.8 DC HSM | Art lens took the photography world by storm as the first wide angle zoom with a 1.8 aperture. A wide angle has it’s place in sports photography, albeit on a more limited scale than my go to sports lens, the Sigma 120-300mm f2.8 DG OS HSM lens.

Motes “Freeway” by Swede Films: Filmed with Sigma Art lenses

Motes “Freeway” by Swede Films was captured through the Sigma 50mm F1.4 DG HSM |Art lens and the 18-35mm F1.8 DC HSM | Art lens on a Black Magic Cinema Camera. We talk with the filmmaker about his experience crafting this music video with these two Art lenses.

Sigma 24-35mm F2 DG HSM | Art: Hands-On Sneak Peek

The Sigma 24-35mm F2 DG HSM | Art is the world’s first full-frame zoom lens with a constant F2 maximum aperture, and its 1.45x zoom range manages to bridge three of the most popular wide angle fixed focal lengths for lenses: 24mm, 28mm and 35mm. The zoom range is subtle, but the compositional effects are noticeable as the smooth zoom ring shifts the field of view from 24mm through to 35mm.