Here are some sample images that I took a while ago with the Sigma 35mm f/1.4 DG HSM Art lens.
It’s a fast, moderately-wide prime lens designed for full-frame cameras. They make them with Nikon, Canon, Sony, and Sigma mounts; I’ve been using the Nikon version on a Nikon D800 (as I said, these were shot a while ago). You can also use them on APS-C cropped sensor cameras—as in, Nikon’s DX cameras—in which case the effective focal length is 52.5mm, so it basically becomes a “nifty-fifty.”
These photos were shot in RAW and lightly processed in Lightroom. I haven’t applied any of Lightroom’s optical fixes to these. And you can click on each image for a full-size version.
You can often find used copies at KEH.
Accessories for the Sigma 35mm f/1.4 DG HSM ART Lens
Lens Hood. The replacement lens hood model number is LH730-03.
Sigma USB Dock. It’s compatible with Sigma’s USB Dock.
Front Lens Cap. It takes a standard 67mm snap-on lens cap. If you’d like the Sigma original, the model is LCF-67 III.