Daaaamn Daniel!

  Back at it again with a shot at blogging. To be honest it's not that I don't want to do these, I'm just not very good at writing. Stay in school kids, don't be like Daniel. lol. Anywho, the main reason I am giving this yet another shot is because I am sick and tired of seeing how poorly social media apps/websites butcher images by rasterizing them to death. Photography is meant to be viewed and enjoyed on a larger scale, not a 2"x3" screen on your phone (which I am sure many of you are reading this on). At least here you can view these the way they were meant to be viewed, a higher resolution.

  If you don't already know these two ladies, they are my friends Emma Vauxdevil from the big ol' state of Texas, and my local pal Christine. Check them both out, they are amazing people as you can see with these beautiful images I was able to capture of them. 

Sigma 85mm Art

Christine Dailey

I may have died and gone to heaven. About 2 or 3 years ago I picked up the Canon 85mm 1.8 lens and fell in love. Yes, I was in love with their low end model. It was, and still is an amazing lens but as much as I loved that lens I wanted a little more. Enter the Sigma 85mm art. Wow is all I have to say about it. Blew my expectations out of the water. Beautiful bokeh, focuses amazingly fast and produces amazing colors straight out of the camera. This is my first time using a Sigma lens and I plan on purchasing the rest of my glass through them.