Sigma 150-600mm f/5-6.3 DG OS HSM SPORT Review

Recently, I embarked on an exciting trip to Ladle Hill, eager to photograph the RAF Parachute Display Team as they made a spectacular drop at the Highclere Castle Show. Despite the less-than-ideal weather conditions, I was determined to test the limits of my Sigma 150-600mm f/5-6.3 DG OS HSM SPORT lens on my trusty Canon 5DS R. With its class-leading 50.6MP image resolution, my Canon, despite its age, still holds its ground as a formidable camera, even in challenging situations. It’s worth noting here that I was approximately 3 to 4 miles away from Highclere Castle! Battling the Elements The journey to Ladle Hill beganRead More →

Ilford FP4 on Watership Down

Spring had finally settled in, and the warmth of the day hinted at the summer ahead. On a recent trip to Watership Down, I decided to bring along my trusty Bronica ETRSi, loaded with a roll of Ilford FP4+ film, to capture the enchanting landscape in black and white. Little did I know, the day would turn into a dramatic showcase of nature’s power and beauty. The Setting: Watership Down Watership Down, a name familiar to many from Richard Adams’ classic novel, is a picturesque hill in Hampshire, England. Known for its rolling fields and stunning vistas, it’s a paradise for photographers. The late springRead More →

9 Proven Landscape Photography Tips - How to Elevate Your Photography

Landscape photography is an art that transcends capturing mere images; it’s about freezing moments in time, preserving the grandeur of nature. Whether you’re a seasoned photographer or just starting, mastering landscape photography requires a blend of skill, creativity, and an understanding of your surroundings. Here’s my 9 Landscape Photography Tips. The Magic of Golden Hour One of the key secrets to breathtaking landscape shots is harnessing the magic of the golden hour. As the sun gently kisses the horizon during sunrise and sunset, it casts a warm, soft glow, creating a mesmerising atmosphere. Pro Tip: Begin your shooting sessions during these hours for ethereal landscapes.Read More →

Mushroom Macro Photography

On the border of rural North Hampshire and Berkshire, England, lies a hidden gem known as Wasing Country Park. It’s a place that holds a special place in my heart, not just for its scenic beauty but for the endless photographic opportunities it offers. On a recent crisp Autumn day, I embarked on a personal trip to explore the enchanting world of mushroom macro photography, armed with my camera and a keen eye for capturing the magic hidden in the forest. The Enchanting Woodland of Wasing Country Park Wasing Country Park is a serene oasis, a place where nature thrives in all its glory. AsRead More →

Sigma 150-600 Sport

As an avid Amateur wildlife photographer, I’m always on the lookout for the best equipment to capture the perfect shot. One of the most essential pieces of equipment for any wildlife photographer is a reliable telephoto lens, capable of capturing distant animals in great detail. After much research and testing, I have found that the Sigma 150-600 Sport Lens is one of the best lenses (sigma 150-600 sport canon) available for my wildlife photography (See Also Handheld Wildlife Photography). The following is not comparison for sigma 150-600 sport vs contemporary, neither did I consider the sigma 150-600 sport nikon, sigma 150-600 sport sony or sigmaRead More →