Bosque del Apache in New Mexico is one of the world’s premier spots for doing bird photography. Located on a major western flyway, every year millions of birds pass through on their way south. And one of the most recognizable is the Sand Hill Crane, which is a great avian subject for making a variety of spectacular photos. In this piece, we are going to discuss panning and speed-blur techniques.
Sigma Pro, Roman Kurywczak, shows the power of the new Sigma 12-24mm F4 DG HSM Art Lens when shooting in Iceland.
Panning is a photographic technique to bring a sense of motion to a scene by following a moving subject through the frame. Learn from Sigma Pro Liam Doran
Sigma Pro Liam Doran uses telephoto compression with the Sigma 150-600mm Sports lens to make a magazine cover shot.
If you are interested in a crash-course in pro-caliber bird and wildlife photography, you can’t go wrong with this great presentation from Sigma Pro Roman Kurywczak from B&H’s Optic 2016.
Capture the action and tell the story with Sigma’s new all-in-one lens, the 18-300mm F3.5-6.3 DGC OS HSM Macro | Contemporary lens.