Tag Archives: Sigma

Hawaii 2017 Workshop Report

I have just returned from Hawaii and I can’t begin to explain how awesome the workshop was! Because the lava was flowing like a burst hose on the Big Island, that experience jumped to number 3 of my photography highs of all time!!! It was incredible to witness and photograph and as usual….I changed my […]

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The Impact of a Vertical Comp

Many elements have an effect on the success of an image including color, composition, and subject, but it needs to have an immediate impact if it is to be truly successful and the most overlooked aspect of composition is composing vertically. It is by far my favorite element and combined with an ultra wide-angle lens […]

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First Florida Birds in Flight Workshop Update

I’m headed off to SW Florida for my second bird in flight workshop but wanted to give you an update on the first one. On this trip, I used the Sigma 150-600mm Contemporary lens exclusively. Why? Its lighter weight than the Sport really makes it easy to hand hold, even for each 2&1/2 hour session […]

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Yellowstone/Tetons 2016 Workshop Report

This was my 16th trip to Yellowstone NP and I have to say, it never gets old!  This year, my workshop was a bit different, as I had to adjust the schedule for my tours and keynote presentation for the PSA conference. As luck would have it, the schedule change and weather patterns coincided to […]

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What’s in my bag?

People often ask me what’s in my bag?  That is a complicated question as it really depends on where I am going but I always have my 2 Canon 1D Mark lll bodies. But before I get accused of just promoting Sigma lenses because I am on the pro team, let me state that I […]

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