Robert’s Camera’s Fall Photo Expo is happening on November 12th. Visit SIGMA Tech Rep Brett Wells at the booth for the biggest holiday savings of the season, the latest gear, and more! Don’t Miss these Events: • Our buyers will…
Join SIGMA Tech Rep Marc Farb as he demoes the entire product line at Cardinal Camera. Let Marc help you choose your next SIGMA lens! Find the right lens for the task at hand as Marc shows you your options…
The photography business can be tough, but for the truly dedicated artist, passion always endures. Join Keikotsu the skeleton as he relates his journey from seasonal freelancer to part-timer in the SIGMA marketing department.
Creating fun, memorable Halloween photos can be challenging, especially when kids are in a rush to go trick-or-treating. But with a little patience, some flexibility, and the right gear, it can be done. Learn tricks of the trade from SIGMA Ambassador Meg Loeks for a truly unforgettable spooky season!
Few places show off the splendor of autumn foliage like Colorado, and few lenses capture its essence like SIGMA’s wide-angle Art primes. Landscape photographer Darren White takes the SIGMA 20mm and 24mm F1.4 DG DN | Art lenses on a trip to find unique, colorful fall scenes that show his home state in all its golden glory.
Cities are great for gritty street photography, but sometimes, an even closer look reveals hidden beauty. SIGMA Ambassador Heather Larkin uses the 105mm F2.8 DG DN Macro | Art lens to capture the tiniest details of New York City, offering a completely new perspective.
Read about cinematographer Claudio Miranda’s experience using SIGMA CINE lenses on Top Gun: Maverick.
Whether at home or on the road, nothing beats a wide, fast, sharp prime lens for beautifully capturing memorable scenes. From Michigan to Rome, photographer Meg Loeks did just that with the travel-friendly SIGMA 24mm F1.4 DG DN | Art.
The SIGMA 28mm & 40mm F1.4 DG HSM | Art lenses are incredible performers, but sometimes get overshadowed by more traditional focal lengths. Learn from SIGMA Ambassador Michelle Harris how these fast prime lenses are excellent choices for wedding photography