Photographing Los Angeles from the Air with the SIGMA fp

Award-winning photographer Andrei Duman took to the skies for an aerial photography shoot over Los Angeles, along with some very compact companions — the SIGMA fp and a selection of compact prime I series lenses!

Opening Doors and Opportunities with Sigma Zoom Lenses

I am an amateur photographer that lives on Long Island NY.  I got my first DSLR in 2012 and picked up a used Sigma 120-400mm zoom shortly after.  Here is one of my favorite shots with that lens,which I still…

Air to Air Basics with Sigma’s Zoom Lenses

Each aviation photographer has their individual passion. Air show. Warbirds. Airliners. But I think in almost every aviation photographer is the common passion to want to shoot an airplane air to air. Maybe it’s the ultimate expression of vision and equipment in the…

Aviation Photography: Five Tips with the Sigma 18-300mm

We all live under budgets. But when it comes to photography, a budget should not limit our creativity. Even without a professional camera body and an assortment of lenses, you CAN get great photos at an aviation event. It’s all about…

Blue Angels Photography with the Sigma 150-600mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM | Sports lens

I was invited to shoot the annual NAS Pensacola Blue Angels Homecoming Air Show couple of months ago. I normally specialize in Landscape and Wildlife photography; but Aviation has always been a fascination and the opportunity to get up close…

The Perfect Air Show Lens: Sigma 150-600mm F5-6.3 | Sport

I was about 13 years old when I saw the USAF Thunderbirds air demonstration team for the first time. I knew at that moment that I wanted to be a fighter pilot, but alas, it was not meant to be. My eye sight wasn’t 20/20, which back in the 80’s meant that I was ineligible. Nevertheless, my passion for flight never dwindled and I make it a point to see every air show that I can. At this years Rochester International Air Show, I had the opportunity to photograph the Navy’s Blue Angels with Sigma’s 150-600mm Sport lens. Could this lens possibly be the best lens ever to photograph an air show?