March 16, 2018

Infrared Photography, with the SIGMA SD1 Merrill & Sigma Photo Pro software by Mark Wood

Author: Jennifer Lister

Photographer Mark Wood is from North Staffordshire and shares his knowledge of photography through teaching and writing. Mark has shares his techniques for Infrared Photography using the SIGMA SD1 Merrill and Sigma Photo Pro software.  Continue reading

January 12, 2018

“The Big Picture”, Why the SIGMA sd Quattro is a versatile camera by Chris Routledge, Black & White Photography magazine issue 210

Author: Jennifer Lister

The SIGMA SD Quattro is a truly versatile camera that can deliver exceptional black & white pictures. ‘Actually being able to compose the frame, in the aspect ratio you want, while on location, is very liberating.’ But it also offers a superb widescreen option, as Chris Routledge explains. Continue reading

November 21, 2017

Tethering with the SIGMA sd Quattro H by Paul Monaghan

Author: Jennifer Lister

In the December 2017 issue of Digital SLR Photography you’ll find a special insert titled ‘Professional Photography Essential Handbook for 2018’ and it features the work of photographer Paul Monaghan with the SIGMA sd Quattro H and SIGMA 35mm F1.4 DG HSM | Art lens.  Paul discusses the greater flexibility this camera offers with its ability to shot tethered using the free SIGMA Capture Pro Software. In this article Paul explains how it is done.  Continue reading

November 7, 2017

Shooting Infrared by Tim Shoebridge, Black & White Photography magazine issue 207, Part 1 of 3

Author: Jennifer Lister

SIGMA have never been afraid to go against the grain, but there’s something unique about the Sigma SD Quattro that makes it perfect for infrared photography. Tim Shoebridge takes a closer look in this first article of a series of three that appeared in Black & white Photography magazine, including new images.

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September 18, 2017

Extend your Creativity with the Sigma sd Quattro by Tim Shoebridge

Author: Jennifer Lister

Photographer Tim Shoebridge shares his insight on how shooting with the sd Quattro nurtures his personal creativity and touches upon infrared photography as one avenue of creativity – a feature that the sd Quattro and sd Quattro H uniquely offers amongst mirrorless cameras.

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September 1, 2017

RAW Development with SIGMA Photo Pro

Author: Jennifer Lister

A new series of instructional videos on RAW development with SIGMA Photo Pro software by photographer Mark James Ford are now available.

 

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July 15, 2016

Storytelling with the SIGMA 18-300mm F3.5-6.3 DC MACRO OS HSM | Contemporary lens

Author: Jennifer Lister

886 StoryThe SIGMA 18-300mm F3.5-6.3 DC MACRO OS HSM | Contemporary lens offers a powerful zoom in a compact design with advanced features making it the ideal choice for photographers seeking the minimum equipment. With the help of photographer Paul Monaghan we are going to show you how using this one lens can help to tell three different stories.

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June 30, 2015

Behind the Scenes, Paul Monaghan & dp2 Quattro

Author: Jennifer Lister

LN-PMonaghan-ChasePhotographer Paul Monaghan had a creative idea to do a chase themed photo with his two sons. It was a simple idea of police chase with one son on his trike and the other in his toy police car chasing him. However actually doing the shoot was a little more complicated than it sounds!  Continue reading

June 28, 2013

Ten Top Landscape Tips

Author: paramount

lea_landscape_tipsPhotographer and Sigma Professional User Lea Tippett has put together some excellent information for budding landscape artists. Lea’s eye, inspired by Britain’s stunning coastlines, has driven him to master the craft with Sigma’s unique Foveon technology, and the many of the techniques he’s shared here apply to photography with most digital and analogue systems.

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September 12, 2012

Ten things you could be using Photoshop for but probably aren’t.

Author: paramount

psPhotoshop has become an almost essential part of the imaging process with photographers turning to it time and time again for post-capture editing. There is, however, a lot more ‘under the hood’ of this giant of software applications than meets they eye.

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