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09.17.2018

Sigma Lens Workshop with Service Photo: Night Photography

Service Photo is hosting a Sigma Lens Workshop concentrating on night photography. Sigma technical representative, Marc Farb, will teach a night […]

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09.14.2018
08.13.2018

How I Shot An Entire Feature Film on Sigma Art Lenses

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.

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08.13.2018

5 Tips for Low Budget Filmmaking

If you’re a director of photography hoping to shoot a micro-budget movie as efficiently as possible, there are ways to plan ahead and achieve every bit of production value you can.

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06.26.2018
05.30.2018

Starry Night: Introduction to Shooting Astro Photography

Have you ever wondered how people shoot the stars, create star trails or shoot the Milky Way? Join Sigma Technical Representative […]

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03.30.2016

BMX Riders with the 18-35mm F1.8 Lens

With it’s introduction back in 2013, the Sigma 18-35mm f1.8 DC HSM | Art lens took the photography world by storm as the first wide angle zoom with a 1.8 aperture. A wide angle has it’s place in sports photography, albeit on a more limited scale than my go to sports lens, the Sigma 120-300mm f2.8 DG OS HSM lens.

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09.12.2015

Motes “Freeway” by Swede Films: Filmed with Sigma Art lenses

Motes “Freeway” by Swede Films was captured through the Sigma 50mm F1.4 DG HSM |Art lens and the 18-35mm F1.8 DC HSM | Art lens on a Black Magic Cinema Camera. We talk with the filmmaker about his experience crafting this music video with these two Art lenses.

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07.10.2015

Sigma 24-35mm F2 DG HSM | Art: Hands-On Sneak Peek

The Sigma 24-35mm F2 DG HSM | Art is the world’s first full-frame zoom lens with a constant F2 maximum aperture, and its 1.45x zoom range manages to bridge three of the most popular wide angle fixed focal lengths for lenses: 24mm, 28mm and 35mm. The zoom range is subtle, but the compositional effects are noticeable as the smooth zoom ring shifts the field of view from 24mm through to 35mm.

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06.01.2015