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.
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.
Sigma Ambassador Meg Loeks gives tips on capturing the perfect holiday shots. Using a variety of Sigma lenses, Meg’s photos are simply stunning.
Sigma Pro Liam Doran shares tips for Fall Foliage Photography in the Colorado Rockies. A circular Polarizer and a variety of Sigma lenses is a must to take advantage of Nature’s autumnal displays.
Sigma Pro Liam Doran uses telephoto compression with the Sigma 150-600mm Sports lens to make a magazine cover shot.
Editor’s Note: This article primarily features the SIGMA 24-35mm F2 DG HSM | Art lens, which has since been discontinued from SIGMA’s Art lineup. Aquariums present a number of challenges for photographers hoping to make keepsake photos of a visit…
Why circular polarizers still matter: A high quality circular polarizer is still one of the most important accessories for any photographer’s bag. And the new Sigma Weather-resistant Circular Polarizers offer incredible performance, weather-tough design, and a fantastically upgraded case with grip arcs that keep the filters from rattling around in the bag.
Ski photographer Liam Doran offers tips for breaking into adventure sports photography for the biggest magazines.
Of the three main variables relating to creative and artistic control on DSLR and compact interchangeable cameras–aperture, shutter speed and ISO– aperture control, is for many beginners, the most difficult to grasp. Have no fear, we’re here to help. Learning how and when to select a wide or narrow aperture unleashes the creative and expressive potential of your camera’s lenses.