George Bodnar

George Bodnar

George Bodnar is a self taught photographer used to working with celebrities worldwide. Clients include HRH Prince Charles, Princes’ William & Harry, Celine Dion, Charlotte Church, Tom Jones, Jack Dee, Ali G, Kate Moss, Sue Johnston, Jamie Oliver, JK Rowling..to name a few.

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Ross Hoddinott

Ross Hoddinott

Natural history and scenic photographer Ross Hoddinott is regarded as one of the UK’s most promising young professionals. A previous winner of the Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year award, In 2006 he was a runner-up in the “Animal behaviour; all other animals” category in the prestigious Shell Wildlife Photographer of the year competition. He is a regular contributor to “Digital SLR Photography” and “Outdoor Photography” magazines and his images are published in a wide variety of publications and markets worldwide.

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Karen Parker

Karen Parker

Winner of numerous accolades including both ‘AGFA Digital Portrait Photographer of the Year’ and ‘Kodak Pets Photographer of the Year.’ Parker shoots unique pet and animal portraits, capturing contemporary images, as well as images that pay homage to old masters.

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Ben Hall

Ben Hall

Ben Hall has gained worldwide recognition as one of Britain’s foremost professional wildlife photographers. By focusing almost exclusively on the British Isles, Ben has developed an intimate understanding of our natural heritage and how best to represent it visually.

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Rob Franklin

Rob Franklin

To skydive with a camera you need to have completed at least 200 jumps and attained an international skydiving ‘B’ licence so, when you pick up a camera helmet for the first time, it’s a given you have some knowledge of the sport. Jumping with a camera however isn’t just as straightforward as that and it takes continual practice and skill to be safe in the air.

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Ian Wood

Ian Wood

There is something about having eye contact with these peaceful vegetarians that just makes you think. They are one of humankind’s closest relatives in the animal kingdom sharing 96.4% the same DNA as us. This perhaps gives us a moral obligation to ensure their survival. But more importantly they are a keystone species and a symbol for the threatened rain forests that are their home.

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Dennis Furnell

Dennis Furnell

A prolific writer, broadcaster and photographer, Denniss Furnell has gain a vast amount of experience in the industry. Specialising in natural history and conservation, he has published numerous book and worked with the BBC, RSPB and the Barclays Environmental Librabry to name a few. Dennis takes some time out to talk about his career and showcase some images taken on his Sigma equipment.

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Mark Harwood

Mark Harwood

Mark is a graduate of the University College for the Creative Arts in Kent and worked as an assistant with some of the world’s best advertising, fashion, corporate and editorial photographers before establishing his own central London studio. He shoots a very broad range of work for an extensive a varied clientele, both in his studio and on location worldwide.

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A Professional View by Paul Harcourt Davies

A Professional View by Paul Harcourt Davies

Some self-appointed style gurus have criticised the Sigma digital cameras for their rather angular appearance when, in fact, the basic shape has been subtly morphed in the SD14 to produce a body that fits very well in the hands and feels surprisingly solid – why the surprise well, having used Hasselblads, large Mamiyas, Nikons and others over many years I am a slight plasticophobe.

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Phil Hurst

Phil Hurst

Phil is a Professional Photographer of considerable experience. He says about himself:- I have to be honest, it was with a bit of trepidation that I agreed to write a short article for the Sigma website. After all I am a photographer not an author and writing about myself feels just a little bit strange.

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