The Southern University Marching Band – aka the “Human Jukebox” – is renowned for their signature musical style and incredible choreography, but it truly needs to be seen to be believed! Thanks to the hard work of the student video production team, and a partnership with SIGMA, the amazing efforts of the band and dancers have never looked better.
Sometimes, passion for photography can lead to unexpected results. What began as a creative whim for 16-year-old Megan Mitchel ended with a grand prize package from the Rocky Mountain School of Photography, including a new SIGMA lens! Learn more about this annual contest and Megan’s story.
Southern University Marching Band Media Director Garrett M. Edgerson and his team – famously known as the “Human Jukebox” – share how SIGMA lenses had a tremendous impact on the overall quality of their on-field performance capture during the 2021-22 school year.
Audrey Biche, a student at the American Film Institute, discusses her journey as a budding cinematographer, and how she took a turn at still photography to enter SIGMA’s 60th Anniversary contest.
Winner of the “Honor” category, California State University Northridge student Sofia Ayerditalks about the power of storytelling, advice for aspiring film students, and her experience working at The Oscars.
Justin Steele talks about his winning submission, his journey from military to filmmaking, the lessons he has taken away from school, and advice for future students
Shelby Brewer, a freshman at John Brown University, discusses her winning SIGMA 60th Anniversary photo submission, her journey as an artist, how she discovered photography, what gear she’s using, and what she hopes to do in the future.
Those who work in production are conditioned to promote themselves as invincible in ordered to be a desirable pick for any crew. We scoff in the face of an eight hour work day, demanding a minimum of 12. We live…