It is always exciting to try to capture living creatures in their natural behavior. And what can be more natural for a bird or a dragonfly than being airborne ? A picture of a dragonfly in the air is also 100% authentic, no way of cheating here! Because with images of perched insects you can’t always be sure, [...]
Pictures from various places around Iceland. Southern part of the island has the biggest glaciers and many beautiful waterfalls. The highland area is uninhabited with unique landscape and very little vegetation. Photographer: Halldor Eiriksson Location: Iceland Cameras: Sigma SD14, SD15 and DP2 Lenses: 18-50mm EX, 17-70mm, 70mm EX and 100-300mm EX Processed in SPP and [...]
These photos were taken on Hailuoto island and in Kilpisjärvi in the northern part of Finland during the summer of 2012. Photographer: Raija Väyrynen Location: Finland: Hailuoto island (lat 65.0 lon 24.8) and Kilpisjärvi (lat 69.0 lon 20.8) Camera: Sigma SD1 Merrill Lens: Most photos with Sigma 150 mm 2,8 APO macro DX HSM and [...]
In the summer of 2011 we spend a week or two in France. On one of the days with nicer weather we took the cable car to the Aiguille du Midi at 3842m above sea level. From there you have a magnificent view on the Mont Blanc and its surroundings. Photographer; Bob van Ooik & Olga Vasilkova Location; Mont [...]
Photographer; Ichiro Nakai
Location; Kobe, Japan / Akashi, Japan
Camera; Sigma SD1
There are two artificial seashore parks developed with Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge (Pearl Bridge) which is the longest suspension bridge in the world between the Maiko of Kobe and the Okura of Akashi.
Photographer; Michael Taylor
Camera; Sigma SD9
In the fall of 2004 I purchased my first Sigma Camera system while I was deployed to Iraq in the City of Tikrit. The images above are a cross section of the thousands of images I captured with my SD9 with its incredible Foveon sensor and those first lenses from October 2004 to February 2005.
Photographer; Keiichi Ebina.
Location; Sendai, Japan.
Camera; Sigma SD1.
The “Sendai Tanabata Festival” is the most famous festival in Sendai. This festival is held every year for 3 days in August. This year we received a lot of messages and prayers from all over the world about the Earthquake and Tsunami of March 11th, 2011.
Photographer; Britton Robbins.
Location; Webster, NY, USA.
Camera; Sigma SD1.
One of the things I miss about living on the west-coast of the United States is the magnificent sunsets. Here in northern New York state, it can be challenging to find the right conditions to get a great sunset shot.
Photographer; Al Carlay Photography.
Camera; Sigma SD15.
Lens; Sigma 17-50mm OS.
I usually take my trusty Nikon D3s for engagement shoots but for Edward & Karolina and Ben & Tracy, I decided to shoot with my Sigma SD15. Why? because of the foveon colors which are very rich to my eyes and has a certain digital softness that’s very hard to duplicate with my D3s.