Sigma 135 mm Art f1.8
hey pixel peeps!
As a photographer, you always want to explore your vision and your field of photography. From the beginning, I always wanted to shoot landscapes and street photography (this was actually in my backyard). Thats why I always focused on lenses like 24-70 or something similar, because I could cover the majority of subjects.
After I gained trust in the Sigma brand, I started to explore the arsenal of lenses (I don’t know why I did not try to do it earlier), and there were tons of lenses that I had never heard of or had in my hands. I told myself I needed to try some prime lenses because I knew they were super sharp and much more capable in low light.
Once I got a Sigma 85mm Art in my hands, I just fell in love with the results and the special bokeh (background blur) of the images. I was desperate to have one in my equipment arsenal.
After 2-3 years, I was finally able to buy the most desirable lens (besides the 200-400 f2.8 VR from Nikkor): the Sigma 135 mm Art f1.8.
I was super amazed by the results this lens can produce. Incredible bokeh, amazing sharpness, and overall image quality are beyond my words.
I will post some shots so you can determine the value of them. I’m not saying this because I work with Sigma, but because I’m an photographer and camera user. I wish you had the “power” to try it out, but I encourage you to try to rent it at least for a day!
In my opinion, this is an ultimate lens that you can use for super detail shots, portraits, and even up-close wildlife or flower photography because of the detail you can pin out of the image.
Please feel free to check out some of my shots with the 135 mm Art lens.
Have a nice day!