APOY2017 Final Results

APOY2017 Final Results

Congratulations to Henrik Spranz for being crowned Amateur Photographer of the year 2017. Henrik entered images into all eight rounds of the competition and racked up the highest point total to walk away with the grand prize of Sigma kit worth over £2,000; SIGMA 85mm F1.4 DG HSM Art (£1199.99) + SIGMA 35mm F1.4 DG HSM Art (799.99) + SIGMA USB Dock (£39.99)*

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Turning Pro by John G. Moore

Turning Pro by John G. Moore

John G Moore is a professional photographer, film maker and presenter from Glasgow Scotland. He has worked in London, New York, LA and Tokyo. He is known for great versatility in his work, ranging from landscape, to portrait, and fashion & beauty. He is also known for his Music Photography and CD Cover/Tour Brochure Design. John shares his insight on turning your photography from hobby to pro in the January issue of Landscape Photography magazine. SIGMA UK is proud to share the article below.

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Exploring Japan – It’s People, The Life and their Country with the SIGMA Art Lenses by Graham Borthwick

Exploring Japan – It’s People, The Life and their Country with the SIGMA Art Lenses by Graham Borthwick

Cotswold based photographer Graham Borthwick is still discovering his style and genre of photography. His recent work has concentrated on landscapes, he also has a taste for wildlife, architecture and aviation work. He completed the LRPS in 2014 and is now working on his ARPS. In this guest blog article Graham shares his experience of visiting Japan for the first time and capturing his visit with the SIGMA 12-24mm F4 DG HSM | Art and the SIGMA 24-105 F4 DG OS HSM | Art lens.

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Hidden Ireland by Marco Daddone

Hidden Ireland by Marco Daddone

Photographer Marco Dadone lives in Northern Italy an has a deep love for moody landscapes especially Celtic places, Scottish Islands, Brittany and Ireland. Marco's article 'Hidden Ireland' was featured in the November issue of Landscape Photography magazine What is it that brings extraordinary places like Ireland and their unique stories together? Marco Dadone explains why he has fallen in love with the country in his article "Hidden Ireland" written for Landscape Photography magazine.

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Hidden Ireland by Marco Daddone

Hidden Ireland by Marco Daddone

Photographer Marco Dadone lives in Northern Italy an has a deep love for moody landscapes especially Celtic places, Scottish Islands, Brittany and Ireland. Marco’s article ‘Hidden Ireland’ was featured in the November issue of Landscape Photography magazine What is it that brings extraordinary places like Ireland and their unique stories together? Marco Dadone explains why he has fallen in love with the country in his article “Hidden Ireland” written for Landscape Photography magazine.

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