This series of photos were taken on the 20th September 2014, during the airborne day in my hometown Ede (The Netherlands). On this day hundreds of
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.
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.