As a wedding photographer, it is my responsibility to deliver exceptional photos, every event, without fail. Every wedding is a ballet, telling a love story through emotion and the subtleties of light. Carrying a case full of Sigma lenses, such as the extremely versatile 24-105mm f4 Art, along with a few primes like the tack sharp 85mm f1.4 Art and the indispensable 12-24mm f4 Art wide angle lens, I can capture that love story, creating something magical. I recently had the opportunity to document the wedding of the Grammy Award winning couple Kate and Forrest O’Connor, and build a video slideshow featuring their own music.
Meg Loeks is an extremely talented portrait/lifestyle photographer. Through the photos on her personal Instagram account, we are able to watch her beautiful 3 boys grow up, and experience the beauties of their small rural town. Her photos display a touching mix of comfort as well as spontaneity and adventure.
The Sigma 24-70 f2.8 Art lens is now in my camera bag for all future assignments. It’s razor sharp, it’s fast to focus and it’s got Optical Stabilization.
A hands-on review of the new Sigma 24-70mm F2.8 Art lens with image samples and observations on sharpness, bokeh, and hand feel.
Now that the three lens lines of the Sigma Global Vision have grown in numbers, it is becoming both easier and harder to write these first look blog postings.
Sigma Showcases its newest Global Vision Lenses, Cine lenses and Mirrorless cameras at PhotoPlus Expo 2016 in New York City.
For the photographers and cinematographers coming to PhotoPlusExpo in New York City, we invite you to come get hands on time with Sigma photographic equipment at the PhotoPlus Expo 2016. Sigma will be on hand with their technical team for hands on demos and will be displaying at Booth #537 at the Javitz Center from October 20th-22nd.