Brett Wells captures the brilliantly colorful birds of Ecuador wit the Sigma 60-600mm Sports Supertelephoto superzoom lens.
Capture your own stunning images of bioluminescence with this great advice from top dark sky photographer Jack Fusco!
We paired the Sigma 70-200mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | Sports lens, and a Miops Mobile Remote to trigger a strobe set to fractional power for ultra high-speed captures of balloons bursting.
What’s the difference between Spot and Center-weighted metering? Learn when to choose one or the other.
Tips for photographing children in nature and in the studio using a variety of fast-aperture lenses.
Photographer, and Sigma Technical Representative Mike Hill, has mastered the art of visual storytelling. He uses his camera to take the viewer into a different world through his strong series of photographs. He says you should “build interest about your…
This is one of the more frequent themes of conversations I find myself in with photographers who are trying to make their way through the incredible range of equipment available to image makers today. As common a concern as it…