Wild Things Within Reach: SIGMA 500mm F5.6 DG DN OS Sports Lens for Nature Photography

Photographer Martina Abreu loves all things wild and free, and of course, photographing them in their natural habitats. And thanks to the SIGMA 500mm F5.6 DG DN OS | Sports lens, getting ultra-sharp images of wildlife is within reach (and surprisingly portable) for the nature photography enthusiast. Join Martina at the beaches and swamps near Tampa, Florida as she seeks out birds and alligators with the amazingly lightweight SIGMA 500mm by her side.

A New Concert Photography Staple: SIGMA 70-200mm F2.8 DG DN OS | Sports Lens

Whether you’re shooting from the pit, the crowd, or the stage, a telephoto zoom is practically a necessity when photographing concerts. That’s why music photographer Brent Goldman uses the SIGMA 70-200mm F2.8 DG DN OS | Sports lens to capture exciting, sharp images of artists on tour or right in his hometown.

First Look: SIGMA 28-45mm F1.8 DG DN | Art Zoom Lens

For over ten years, the SIGMA 18-35mm F1.8 DC HSM | Art has been the go-to lens for independent filmmakers, YouTubers, commercial video producers, wedding videographers, and so many more working pros and enthusiasts. Now, SIGMA has introduced the full-frame successor – the 28-45mm F1.8 DG DN | Art. With optical performance that rivals high-end primes, the world’s first F1.8 zoom for full-frame mirrorless is poised to be the video shooter’s best friend for another decade to come.

First Look: SIGMA 24-70mm F2.8 DG DN II Art Lens for Sony E-Mount

The 24-70mm lens is an essential lens for almost every professional photographer, and SIGMA Ambassador Martina Abreu is no different. From portrait sessions to nature hikes, events to sunsets, a 24-70 can handle pretty much everything. The SIGMA 24-70mm F2.8 DG DN II | Art – an upgraded lens for full-frame mirrorless – brings this capability to a smaller, sharper, faster-focusing package.

Putting My SIGMA Lenses to the Ultimate Test in Antarctica

SIGMA has always made build quality a top priority, and that effort pays off with products that can withstand long-term use even in tough conditions. SIGMA Ambassador Liam Doran put that reputation to the ultimate test on a photography assignment in Antarctica, where Liam and his gear faced sub-freezing temperatures and heavy snowstorms.

Studio Essentials for Creative Portraits: SIGMA 85mm, 50mm & 35mm DG DN Art Prime Lenses

Photographer Brandi Nicole is always trying something new, pushing her creative limits to make unique and beautiful portraits. But while her art is ever-changing, her gear of choice is steadfast – SIGMA Art prime lenses. In particular, Brandi relies on the 85mm, 50mm and 35mm F1.4 DG DN | Art lenses to make her vision into reality.

Getting Cinematic with Lightweight, Compact SIGMA Contemporary Prime Lenses

Filmmakers and photographers alike naturally gravitate toward the biggest, most impressive-looking lenses, but often, it’s the compact, seemingly “everyday” gear that gets the job done. As filmmaker Graham Sheldon finds out, SIGMA Contemporary lenses are gaining popularity on the set for their convenient size, excellent quality, and compatibility with gimbals and camera systems like the DJI Ronin 4D.

First Look: SIGMA 50mm F1.2 DG DN | Art Lens for Sony E-Mount

Sharpness, bokeh, close focusing, speed… the SIGMA 50mm F1.2 DG DN | Art is all this and more. SIGMA Ambassador and pro portrait photographer Heather Larkin tests out this lens on a full-frame Sony camera, and shows why this lens is a dream come true for working professionals and enthusiast photographers alike.

First Look: SIGMA 50mm F1.2 DG DN | Art Lens for L-Mount

When it comes to fast primes, few lenses are as iconic as the 50mm F1.2. Now, SIGMA has created this lens for full-frame mirrorless, and for Leica, Panasonic and SIGMA fp users, it’s the perfect prime for almost any situation. Outstanding low-light performance, incredible bokeh, lightning-quick autofocus… it’s everything a 50mm F1.2 should be. SIGMA Ambassador Meg Loeks tests it out for the first time paired with the 61-megapixel SIGMA fp L camera.

Adapting SIGMA Lenses to Nikon Z Cameras at Grand Teton National Park

Got a Nikon Z camera? SIGMA offers some direct mount options, but adapting lenses is both a practical and affordable option for mounting your favorite SIGMA lenses on your Nikon mirrorless camera body. Landscape and wildlife photographer Kristen Ryan brings her SIGMA lenses to Grand Teton National Park, with two different adapters in her kit.