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.
Getting out of your comfort zone is a great exercise for photographers, and for SIGMA Ambassador Heather Larkin, exploring a big city entirely in black and white is about as far from the norm as it gets. See how Heather put a trio of ultra-portable SIGMA I series prime lenses to use on her first trip to New York City.
Street photography is something that anyone can do, but not everyone has tried. With a 20mm F2 DG DN | Contemporary by his side, SIGMA Ambassador Jim Koepnick shows how one lens and a little creativity is all you need to hit the streets and make art out of your everyday surroundings.
The SIGMA 20mm F2 DG DN | Contemporary is the widest lens in the all-metal I series, perfect for astrophotography, landscapes, everyday snapshots, street scenes, vlogging, and so much more.
Photographer Babak Tafreshi was unsure how an ultra-compact wide-angle lens would capture the vastness of the night sky, but the images created with the SIGMA 24mm F2 DG DN | Contemporary lens made him a believer.
Night sky photographer Jack Fusco takes a close look at the advantages of using the SIGMA 24mm F1.4 DG HSM | ART lens while exploring the Laguna Mountain range near San Diego, California.
Today we’ll look at how wide-angle lenses work, how they have evolved and how they can assist and enhance the craft of storytelling.
When Sigma Ambassador Marla Michele Must combines a sunflower field, a beautiful dancer and the Sigma 28mm F1.4 DG HSM Art lens, the results are nothing short of magical!
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.
Photographing the aurora can be one of the most exciting opportunities a landscape photographer can come across. People most commonly travel to Northern locations from all over for a chance to see them in what can often be a once…