Join SIGMA CINE Ambassador Graham Sheldon as he demonstrates the potential of Camera to Cloud (C2C) for content creators at any skill level! Discover how to set up the SIGMA fp or fp L camera, and the Atomos Ninja V monitor, to seamlessly collaborate and streamline your creative workflow.
Filmmaker Rubidium Wu illustrates the different shooting modes on the SIGMA fp while discussing bit depth, resolution and compression.
Filmmaker Rubidium Wu demonstrates how to use the SIGMA fp as your ideal live streaming setup.
SIGMA Cine Ambassador Graham Sheldon explains the importance of using the SIGMA fp as a director’s viewfinder in coordination with a variety of cine cameras.
SIGMA Technical Representative Brett Wells walks through the Ver. 2.0 firmware for the SIGMA fp, explaining the various features and benefits.
SIGMA Technical Representative Brett Wells guides viewers through the control interface and menu system of the SIGMA fp camera.
Our new video quicktips for photographers series offers advice for anyone who is looking to understand more about the techniques and technology that can help them make better pictures. Each episode is just a few minutes long and looks to explain and offer advice in an easy-to-grasp way. Check back all month long as we add new episodes to this series.
Learning how and when to use different settings and options for image capture is one of the most important parts of becoming a stronger photographer. There’s no setting or camera function that’s going to be perfect for all situations, while is exactly why there are so many options. For example, every DSLR offers a couple variations on Autofocus for either a Single-shot or Continuously tracking autofocus.
Each has it strengths and purposes, and even with that, there’s still times when switching the lens to manual focus is the best way to ensure that your chosen subject and focal point is sharp in the image. In this piece, we’re going to look at three photos of seagulls to briefly explore and explain the reasons why to choose one type of AF or manual focus over the others.
Jack Howard offers tips for working with the Sigma 8-16mm F4.5-5.6 DC HSM lens for both interior and exterior architecture, people, and landscapes.