The Sigma 150mm f2.8 Macro Lens in Action

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macro photography equipment lens reviewIf you’ve spent any of your time on a quest to become a better macro photographer, you know that improving involves a few things. For starters, you must have a bit of patience to get out in the field and capture your macro photography subjects at just the right time. You also need to use the proper macro photography equipment to take the best photographs. And finally, it helps to make use of the wide array of macro photography tutorials that are available on this site to improve your skill set.

Today’s post is going to inspire and instruct you. And along the way, you’ll get to see the very popular Sigma 150mm f/2.8 macro lens in action. Watch as this macro photography tutorial by ‘ithree6mafia’ takes you through an amazing macro photography session in a beautiful park setting. You’ll see some of the shots the instructor is able to pull off using the lens, and may even glean some ideas to use on your next outdoor photo shoot.


During the first part of today’s macro photography tutorial you got to see the kinds of flower and plant shots this lens is capable of capturing. What did you think of those cool, detailed shots of the flowers and plant life at Compton Gardens? We were pretty impressed with how the Sigma 150mm macro lens perfectly captured every detail of the lovely flowers that were in full bloom while this video was shot.

Chances are you are now fired up and ready to head outside to put your macro lens to work. Or maybe you’re even considering ordering one of the Sigma 150mm f/2.8 macro lenses for yourself. You just saw how well this lens works and even learned a bit about how to put it to work the next time you head out to shoot some macro photos.

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