Few places show off the splendor of autumn foliage like Colorado, and few lenses capture its essence like SIGMA’s wide-angle Art primes. Landscape photographer Darren White takes the SIGMA 20mm and 24mm F1.4 DG DN | Art lenses on a trip to find unique, colorful fall scenes that show his home state in all its golden glory.
The SIGMA 16-28mm F2.8 DG DN Contemporary is the perfect lens for travel. Join SIGMA Ambassador Jim Koepnick as he explores Chicago with this convenient, lightweight, wide-angle zoom at his side!
From vast landscapes to capturing outdoor sports from a unique perspective, SIGMA Ambassador Liam Doran takes the 16-28mm F2.8 DG DN | Contemporary lens for its first real test drive.
The incredible SIGMA 14-24mm F2.8 DG DN Art doesn’t have front filter threads, but a built-in rear filter holder gives you the ability to shoot long exposures without the bulk.
SIGMA Ambassador Jack Fusco had the chance to be one of the first photographers in North America to test-drive the new SIGMA 14-24mm F2.8 DG HSM | Art lens. Its edge to edge performance and zoom versatility has earned it a place in his bag for dark sky photography.
The Sigma 14-24mm F2.8 DG HSM | Art lens is an outstanding fast-aperture, constant aperture ultra wide to wide angle full-frame zoom lens.
Sigma Pro Liam Doran gives a first-look account at the new Sigma 12-24mm F4 DG HSM | Art lens for on-mountain winter sports photography. Check out the video to hear his thoughts and to see a sampling of his first shots with this great new ultrawide full-frame constant-aperture Art zoom lens!
It’s a bit risky for the world’s top ski magazine to run a shot of skis travelling through the desert as the opener, but I’m glad they did…and it’s great to see a previsualized shot come to life just as you imagined it!
The greatest thing about interchangeable camera lenses is the variety of optical designs, from ultrawide to supertelephoto and everything in between, that offer an incredible amount of variety for visual expression, creativity, and optical performance optimized for different photographic situations. And while it may be sometimes completely and totally obvious what types of photography a certain lens excels at—for example, everyone knows that Macros are designed to capture close-up details; telephoto lenses are great for long-reach wildlife and sports from the sidelines—many styles of camera lenses have lesser-known secret superpowers that can be called upon to make a photo. Let’s take a look!
One of the benefits for outdoor sports shooters on APS-C sensors is the gain in reach with telephotos lenses. The negative of course is that now your wide angle 16mm is now not so wide at 25.6mm. Thankfully Sigma has a great wide-angle lens perfect for crop sensor shooters…the 10-20mm f3.5! I picked up this lens about a year ago and have shot outdoor sports and adventure travel with it extensively.