Skip to main content

Post a selfie for a chance to win a Sigma lens accessory

sigma lens shoot selfies chance win useful accessory circular polarizer
Image used with permission by copyright holder
For the month of January, Sigma lens owners should start shooting and posting selfies of themselves with their gear. As part of a customer appreciation campaign, the company is choosing four winning photos posted on social media, at the end of the month. Winners will receive a new circular polarizing filter that matches the lens shown in the selfie, which, depending on the lens, could be worth as much as $160.

The circular polarizers help remove reflections of subjects and objects when shooting glass or water. It also helps to deepen intensity of blues in sky shots. It’s a handy tool to keep in your camera bag.

To participate, you simply need to tag qualifying photos with #MySigmaLens or #MySigmaCamera on Twitter, Instagram, or Google Plus by January 31, 2015. Photos are automatically aggregated to Sigma’s blog, where the company will choose the winners at month’s end. If you’ve been contemplating getting a Sigma lens – even a used one – now might be the time.

Need an idea of what to shoot? Our recommendation: get super creative. Here are some submission examples from other Sigma owners.

Editors' Recommendations

Les Shu
Former Digital Trends Contributor
I am formerly a senior editor at Digital Trends. I bring with me more than a decade of tech and lifestyle journalism…
Fujifilm’s most-hyped camera has just started shipping
Fujifilm's X100VI camera, released in 2024.

The latest iteration of Fujifilm’s X100 camera started shipping on Wednesday.

The X100VI is -- as the name cleverly suggests -- the sixth in the series. Early reviews have been mostly positive as the camera builds on the successes of the already impressive earlier models going all the way back to the original X100, which launched in 2011.

Read more
How to resize an image on Mac, Windows, and a Chromebook
Windows 11 set up on a computer.

Resizing an image is something we’re all going to have to do at some point in our digital lives. And whether you’re using Windows, macOS, or you’re rocking a Chromebook, there are ways to scale images up and down on each PC. Fortunately, these are all relatively simple methods too.

Read more
Watch an acclaimed director use the iPhone 15 Pro to shoot a movie
acclaimed director uses iphone 15 to shoot movie shot on pro midnight

Shot on iPhone 15 Pro | Midnight | Apple

As part of its long-running Shot on iPhone series, Apple recently handed acclaimed Japanese director Takashi Miike (Audition, 13 Assassins, The Happiness of the Katakuris) an iPhone 15 Pro to shoot a short film.

Read more