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Iraq Through My Eye

Photographer; Michael Taylor
Location; Iraq
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.

The colors of love

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.

Dutch tulips

Photographer; Bob van Ooik
Location; Grünstadt, Germany
Camera; Sigma SD14

During a lovely sunset I shot some tulips on my balcony. And I thought, while I’m busy collecting material for new posts on X3 magazine I could just as well share this one already with you. All shots were done with the original 17-70mm f2.8-4.5 which has a great macro mode.

Going close on Mallorca

Photographer; Michael S. Buchholz.
Location; Mallorca, Spain.
Camera; Sigma DP2.

One week before I started into the Mallorca holidays, I switched from the DP1s to the DP2. The main reason for me was the possibility to take pictures with shallow depth of field at maximum aperture. This new experience with the play of DOF fascinated me for many motifs on this beautiful island.

Jewelry

Photographer; Olga Vasilkova
Location; Grünstadt, Germany
Camera; Sigma SD14

The shoot was commissioned by a local high class jewelry shop. The material will be used for marketing purposes and to decorate the shop. All photos were shot in the studio using the Sigma APO Macro 150mm F2.8 EX DG HSM.