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05.18.2018

Festival of the Cranes 2018

This annual event is one of the largest birding / nature events of the year. Held at the national wildlife […]

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05.21.2018
01.18.2018

John DiGiacomo: Capturing Winter Sports with Sigma Lenses

Intro John DiGiacomo battles frigid temperatures for hours at a time in order to nail winter sports photo-shoots. After moving […]

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05.05.2017

Sigma 150-600mm Sport vs Sigma 120-300mm F2.8+2x

What are the key difference between the Sigma 150-600mm Sport lens and the 120-300mm F2.8 Sport lens paired with the 2.0x teleconverter which makes it a constant-aperture 240-600mm F5.6 zoom lens?

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03.09.2017

Florida Birding and Photo Fest

Florida’s Historic Coast is spreading its wings to present another great year of birding and outdoor photography. The 2017 Birding […]

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04.14.2017

Jacksonville Professional Photographers Guild

Regular meeting of the Jacksonville Professional Photographers Guild.  Sigma Pro Roman Kurywczak will be presenting his ” Paradigm Shift ” […]

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03.09.2017

Georgia Nature Photography Assoc. 2017 Expo

GNPA’s signature event, our annual EXPO, returns to the Georgia Mountains this year. We will be at the beautiful Brasstown […]

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03.15.2017
02.08.2017

Cranes and Fall Colors At Bosque del Apache, an artistic approach

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.

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12.06.2016

Photographing Hawaiian Lava with Sigma 150-600mm S Lens

Photographing lava is tricky at best…dangerous at worst. Here on the Big Island of Hawaii, we have two options…go out on a boat to shoot the lava as it pours over the cliff or hang on the side of a cliff praying it will not fall away beneath you and that the next huge plume of smoke/gas and organic material will not ruin your lungs and camera gear. I choose to do both…sea and land. In this blog, I want to share how I get it done by sea.

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