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.
Dogwood Pass: Indy Budget filmmaking with the Sigma 18-35mm T2 and 50-100mm T2 High-Speed Zoom lenses
Cinematographer Chuck France explains how the Sigma 18-35mm T2 and 50-100mm T2 High-Speed Zoom lenses helped create the distinctive look and feel of Dogwood Pass: The Series on an incredibly tight budget and timeline.
Sigma Pro Liam Doran uses telephoto compression with the Sigma 150-600mm Sports lens to make a magazine cover shot.
It’s a bit risky for the world’s top ski magazine to run a shot of skis travelling through the desert as the opener, but I’m glad they did…and it’s great to see a previsualized shot come to life just as you imagined it!
You may have noticed that we’ve been adding informative videos to our product pages over the past few days. These videos were shot for Sigma by Invodo in their Dallas, Texas, studios. And every single angle, every scene, and every second of video footage for this project was captured through Sigma lenses on HDSLRs and digital cine cameras in Canon EF and Nikon FX mount formats. Kevin Keller, Director of Photography for Invodo talks about shooting in the studio with Sigma in this cool behind the scenes video.