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Совершенство неба через объективы Sigma (30 фото!)

Рубрика: «Это интересно / Юмор»
Автор: Яркий Фотомаркет
Опубликовано: 21.06.2021 в 13:16:09

Пришло время летних пейзажей во всем их нерукотворном величии... А мы не хотим отставать и предлагаем вдохновиться фотоработами заокеанских коллег, чтобы "догнать и перегнать Америку".

Поможет нам в этом прекрасная подборка "SIGMA Corporation of America" и, разумеется, сами объективы Sigma, в которые не влюбиться просто не возможно!

Title:Comet NEOWISE Photo by:Babak Tafreshi Camera:Canon

Title:Out to Sea Photo by:Matthew Donohue Camera:Canon Lens:14mm F1.8 DG HSM | A Shutter:1/100 Aperture:8.0 ISO Setting:160 Description: Taken on the Newport Bermuda Race 2018 in the Atlantic. Father's Day at 5:34 a.m. 37° 34.01 N, 068° 42.71 W 409 nautical miles from land

Title:Mt Rainier Camera:Sony E-mount Lens:14-24mm F2.8 DG DN | A Description: When I found out I was going to get the chance to test out the new 14-24 f2.8 that had been completely redesigned for mirrorless, I was more than just a bit excited. Although uncooperative weather on my trip to photograph Mt. Rainier would limit my time, I was determined to make the most of it. Setting up, the fast 2.8 aperture made using live view to nail my focus on the stars feel effortless. I hit the shutter for my first exposure with the aperture wide open. I waited, checked the corners, smiled, and got right to shooting. I only had time to take a few shots, but I already couldn't wait to see the images on a larger screen. Getting to see the sharpness across the entire frame put the quality of this lens on another level. The 14mm to 24mm may be a classic focal range for astrophotography, but there's undoubtedly a new champion when it comes to fast, ultra wide angle zoom lenses. Jack Fusco

Title:Lake Reflections Photo by:Max Kuster Camera:Sony E-mount Lens:14-24mm F2.8 DG HSM | A Shutter:1/400 Aperture:f/16 ISO Setting:100 Description: Image taken during a hike in the Swiss Alps. The lake name is Lago Retico.

Title:Giant's Causeway Photo by:RYSZARD LOMNICKI Camera:Canon Lens:12-24mm F4 DG HSM | A Shutter:B Aperture:11 ISO Setting:100

Title:Long Exposure 1/2 hour before sunrise Photo by:Ivan Richman Camera:Canon Lens:150-600mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM | C Shutter:bulb 10 seconds exposure Aperture:f/16.0 ISO Setting:50 Description: tripod 10 second exposure before sunrise! first sunrise of the new year 1/1/2019

Title:Hidden Star Photo by:Evgeny Chertov Camera:Canon Lens:14-24mm F2.8 DG HSM | A Shutter:1/180 Aperture:f/11 ISO Setting:400 Description: Evening shot of Sunburst peak and the sunset above Cerulean lake in Canadian Rocky mountains. Again Sigma 14-24 performs well.

Title:Moon Over America Photo by:Babak Tafreshi Camera:Nikon

Title:Just Breathe Photo by:Evgeny Chertov Camera:Canon Lens:14-24mm F2.8 DG HSM | A Shutter:1/350 Aperture:f/11 ISO Setting:200 Description: It was a fantastic photo shoot in the heart of Rocky Mountains - Mt. Assiniboine Provincial park. My new Sigma 14-24 F2.8 does incredible job - all images are sharp and crisp. Love it.

Title:Zodiacal Light Over Tor Bay Photo by:Barry Burgess Camera:Canon Lens:14-24mm F2.8 DG HSM | A Shutter:30 sec Aperture:2.5 ISO Setting:2500 Description: Zodiacal light it's back. Tor Bay Provincial Park in Nova Scotia is quite remote, with minimal light pollution and is an excellent location for star gazing and observing Zodiacal light. Zodiacal light is caused by sunlight scattered by interplanetary dust in the ecliptic plane. Zodiacal light is best seen around the equinoxes. Zodiacal light is visible in the West after evening twilight around the spring equinox and in the East before dawn around the autumn equinox. Photographed on Sept 14, 2018 in Tor Bay Provincial Park

Title:Fog on the Ridge at Sunset Photo by:R. Brad Knipstein Camera:Sigma Lens:35mm F1.4 DG HSM | A Shutter:1/320 Aperture:f/16 ISO Setting:100 Product(s):sd Quattro H Camera Description: Fog rolling in at sunset on Mt. Tam in the Muir Woods National Park.

Title:Lighthouses and Light-years Photo by:@evan_guarino Camera:Canon Lens:20mm F1.4 DG HSM | A Shutter:20" Aperture:f/2 ISO Setting:5000 Description: Cape Cod is easily the best place to indulge in Astrophotography if you live in the Greater Boston area. With dark skies stretching out over the Atlantic, and beautiful and historic lighthouses standing guard along the coast, there's no shortage of inspiration to be had.

Title:Great Smoky Mountains. Photo by:itai minovitz Camera:Sigma Lens:18-50mm F2.8 EX DC Macro Shutter:1/20 Aperture:F8 ISO Setting:100 Product(s):sd Quattro Camera

Title:Zodiacal Light Over Tor Bay II Photo by:Barry Burgess Camera:Canon Lens:14mm F1.8 DG HSM | A Shutter:30 sec Aperture:2.5 ISO Setting:2000 Description: Another image of Zodiacal light over Tor Bay on Sept 14, 2018. This one taken as the sky was brightening before sunrise. Zodiacal light it's back. Tor Bay Provincial Park is quite remote, with minimal light pollution and is an excellent location for star gazing and observing Zodiacal light. Zodiacal light is caused by sunlight scattered by interplanetary dust in the ecliptic plane. Zodiacal light is best seen around the equinoxes. Zodiacal light is visible in the West after evening twilight around the spring equinox and in the East before dawn around the autumn equinox.

Title:Louvre Dance Photo by:Michelle Harris Camera:Canon

Title:Cascade Photo by:Babak Tafreshi Camera:Nikon

Title:Island Sky Photo by:Babak Tafreshi Camera:L-mount

Title:The backwaters of Kumarakom Photo by:Sudhanwa Dindorkar Camera:Nikon Lens:10-20mm F3.5 EX DC HSM Shutter:1/400 Aperture:f/9.0 ISO Setting:100 Description: Photo taken at 16mm

Title:Full moon after a thunderstorm Photo by:Ryan Dinan Camera:Nikon Shutter:0.8 sec Aperture:f/8.0 ISO Setting:160 Description:The color in the sky after the storm was just incredible. I grabbed my camera and tripod and managed to snag this shot at the lens' 250mm maximum focal length.

Title:Hawaiian Heavens Photo by:@evan_guarino Camera:Canon Lens:20mm F1.4 DG HSM | A Shutter:20" Aperture:f/1.8 ISO Setting:4000 Description: Getting up at 130am to drive 10,000 feet above sea level in 30 miles is easy, when you know what kind of sky is up there waiting for you. This is but one frame from a series I took and stitched into a 360-degree panorama that creates a vivid, VR-like experience of the night sky from one of the greatest places I've ever stepped foot.

Title:Mt Rainier Camera:Sony E-mount Lens:14-24mm F2.8 DG DN | A Description: When I found out I was going to get the chance to test out the new 14-24 f2.8 that had been completely redesigned for mirrorless, I was more than just a bit excited. Although uncooperative weather on my trip to photograph Mt. Rainier would limit my time, I was determined to make the most of it. Setting up, the fast 2.8 aperture made using live view to nail my focus on the stars feel effortless. I hit the shutter for my first exposure with the aperture wide open. I waited, checked the corners, smiled, and got right to shooting. I only had time to take a few shots, but I already couldn't wait to see the images on a larger screen. Getting to see the sharpness across the entire frame put the quality of this lens on another level. The 14mm to 24mm may be a classic focal range for astrophotography, but there's undoubtedly a new champion when it comes to fast, ultra wide angle zoom lenses.

Title:Mt Rainier Camera:Sony E-mount Lens:14-24mm F2.8 DG DN | A Description: When I found out I was going to get the chance to test out the new 14-24 f2.8 that had been completely redesigned for mirrorless, I was more than just a bit excited. Although uncooperative weather on my trip to photograph Mt. Rainier would limit my time, I was determined to make the most of it. Setting up, the fast 2.8 aperture made using live view to nail my focus on the stars feel effortless. I hit the shutter for my first exposure with the aperture wide open. I waited, checked the corners, smiled, and got right to shooting. I only had time to take a few shots, but I already couldn't wait to see the images on a larger screen. Getting to see the sharpness across the entire frame put the quality of this lens on another level. The 14mm to 24mm may be a classic focal range for astrophotography, but there's undoubtedly a new champion when it comes to fast, ultra wide angle zoom lenses.

Title:Stars and Car Photo by:Barry Burgess Camera:Canon Lens:14mm F1.8 DG HSM | A Shutter:30 sec Aperture:2.2 ISO Setting:1600 Description: I found out about this 1937 pontiac Silver Streak and old farmhouse the winter of 2016/2017. I photographed them in April 2017 at night under a starry sky and intended to return in the summer when the Milky Way was higher. I was able to return but the Milky Way did not line up with the house but was over the car.

Title:Tree Of Life Photo by:Dragutin Stein Camera:Nikon Lens:10-20mm F3.5 EX DC HSM Shutter:1/400 Aperture:3.5 ISO Setting:400 Description: My sea promenade.

Title:Milky Way on The Coast II Photo by:Barry Burgess Camera:Canon Lens:14mm F1.8 DG HSM | A Shutter:25 Sec Aperture:2.5 ISO Setting:3200 Description: This is a great time to photograph the night sky now that it gets dark earlier. Photographed Oct 5, 2018 on Nova Scotia's South shore.

Title:Northern Lights Photo by:Babak Tafreshi Camera:Nikon

Title:Mt Rainier Camera:Sony E-mount Lens:14-24mm F2.8 DG DN | A Description: When I found out I was going to get the chance to test out the new 14-24 f2.8 that had been completely redesigned for mirrorless, I was more than just a bit excited. Although uncooperative weather on my trip to photograph Mt. Rainier would limit my time, I was determined to make the most of it. Setting up, the fast 2.8 aperture made using live view to nail my focus on the stars feel effortless. I hit the shutter for my first exposure with the aperture wide open. I waited, checked the corners, smiled, and got right to shooting. I only had time to take a few shots, but I already couldn't wait to see the images on a larger screen. Getting to see the sharpness across the entire frame put the quality of this lens on another level. The 14mm to 24mm may be a classic focal range for astrophotography, but there's undoubtedly a new champion when it comes to fast, ultra wide angle zoom lenses.

Title:On The Right Track Photo by:@evan_guarino Camera:Canon Lens:20mm F1.4 DG HSM | A Shutter:20" Aperture:f/2 ISO Setting:6400 Description: This is a vertical panorama at a dark, spooky, and truly unique trestle bridge in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. If you brave a half-mile walk through total darkness and eerie woods, you're rewarded with a beautifully aligned Milky Way vanishing point!

Title:Cascade Photo by:Babak Tafreshi Camera:Nikon

Title:Northern Lights Photo by:Babak Tafreshi Camera:Nikon

Ну и, разумеется, не забываем о специальных предложениях на фототехнику и аксессуары. И пока летняя жара только набирает обороты – снимаем, снимаем, снимаем...

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