When it comes to automotive and motorsport shoots, the ART range of lenses might not be the obvious choice. Yet, the versatility, build quality and picture quality are perfect for these blink-and-you’ll-miss-it applications, says Nat Twiss, automotive lead photographer at Spacesuit Media. Continue reading
Russell Savory is a UK wildlife photographer well known for his appearances on BBC Springwatch and Winterwatch. He has an encyclopedic knowledge of the wildlife at Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome, which has 23 red-listed birds recorded and in the winter months can boast all five species of British Owl. Continue reading
Photographer Tom Adamson continues his photographic explorations with his third contribution to the SIGMA Blog covering his home town of Hull, “the City of Culture 2017”. Tom’s previous contributions included his derelict images of the Chernobyl disaster and his experimentation with Astro-photography. His latest article discusses his use of his favourite SIGMA Art lenses to document this vibrant city.
The first outing for a new lens always brings a mixture of excitement and nervousness: excitement at putting a new toy to use and nervousness about whether it will perform under pressure. That conflict of feelings is heightened when working in FIA Formula E, a fast-paced racing series which leaves little time for mistakes. Continue reading
Sigma Imaging (UK) Ltd., teamed up with professional photographer Marcus McAdam to review the SIGMA 12-24mm f/4 DG HSM | Art lens at one of the most iconic locations in the world for photography; The Isle of Skye. Continue reading
Many wildlife photographers’ dream destinations are exotic remote locations that come with a hefty price tag. So how can we create pictures that are just as interesting of the diverse wildlife around us? Continue reading
The 40th Amateur Photographer Awards took place on 16th February 2017. This year Sigma Imaging (UK) Ltd is proud to receive the following awards: Continue reading
John G Moore is a professional photographer from Glasgow Scotland. He is known for great versatility in his work, ranging from landscape, to portrait, to music, fashion & beauty. Creative from his early years, John started his photography with a Kodak brownie that his grandfather gave him when he was five. In his teens, he honed his skills shooting Rock Bands at the legendary Glasgow Apollo. John has since progressed to become one of the UK’s formative photographic talents. In this latest SIGMA Lounge article John shares with us his on-the-job review of the new SIGMA 85mm F1.4 DG HSM | Art lens. Continue reading
In March 2016 Sigma Imaging (UK) Ltd. teamed up with Geographical Magazine to offer readers a chance of winning SIGMA’s ultimate travel kit; a SIGMA 18-300mm F3.5-6.3 DC MACRO OS HSM | Contemporary lens plus AML72-01 CLOSE-UP Lens worth £549.98. Photographer Susan Hughes was selected the lucky winner and shares with us her first impressions of her winning prize. Continue reading
Roger Reynolds Hon. FRPS has been involved in photography for over thirty years. He owns and operates Photoventures which organises specialist tours with the photographer in mind. He is currently on a photographic group tour in New Mexico, USA and has taken the new SIGMA 12-24mm F4 DG HSM | Art and SIGMA 500mm F4 DG OS HSM | Sports lens with him on the tour. He shares with us his first impressions.