Fumetti | comic style

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I always wanted to make comic books. Never happened until now. I found this cool software that makes the whole cumbersome process of getting that look so so easy.

The story is old but told in a new way. Camera SD10, lens Sigma 30mm EX and processing tool is good old Adobe Lightroom. There is a nice 30 day trial of the “comic life” software available at www.PLASQ.com

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About Carl Rytterfalk

Welcome to my blog! I'm Carl Rytterfalk, a swedish photographer who loves everything that is interesting in the world of photography. In 2002 I fell in love with the three layered Foveon sensor and has since then been an addicted user of Sigma cameras. Though I use Canon and Nikon as well. :)
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9 Responses to Fumetti | comic style

  1. WindInYews says:

    One thing about the moustache – with that expression and the software ‘touch’ is that it made you look a bit Chinese ;). Also perplexed…

    The comics are fun, give that ‘hunting through the experience’ feeling. Maybe another service you can offer, too.

    Carl, if you want Skype calls, it would be easier to find you if you gave a Skype ID. I think I figured out the post with the 031 number is a Skype-In for Sweden, but couldn’t otherwise look you up.

    It’s really spring here today – soft and lots of green and first flowers. Very nice.


  2. Yes, that moustache is terrible! I’m happy it’s gone. Now I have a beard again. Can’t help myself.

    And my user name on Skype is “rytterfalk” there is a EDIT in that post now..

  3. Linn says:

    i don’t like your beard and moustache!
    now you have them again so you have
    to shave tomorrow! you know that i am
    a chinese girl so i want a clean guy…haha!
    from your “mother” Linn

  4. thechebb says:

    HaHaHa…great work there Carl!
    I think this type of comic is called “Fumetti” using photos instead of drawings (I remember when being taken to this barbershop when I was a little kid back in NYC – they had tons of comics and the wildest ones were from Mexico with the masked wrestlers all done in a sepia toned fumetti style….wow those were the days….)

    Kind of funny I wanted to draw the Fantastic Four when I was little…it never happened though my brother did draw some back-up stories for a Spider-Man and Silver Sable comic (OK I’m showing off my high nerd factor here…I’ll stop now and spare the masses!)


  5. The Chebb: So your brother is an comic artist?! Sooo cool. Anything to share?! I’d love to see..

  6. Linn: My Dear! :D

    I know that Chinese guyes thinks that western people are closer related to the monkey just because we have more hair.. More hair = more brain! It’s a sign of being too much and it want’s to come out! :D

    enough already. I love you!

  7. WindInYews says:

    Linn, very nice to find your voice in here —

    — and it looks like you can be just as much ‘trouble’ as Carl’s photos sometimes suggest ;).


    Makes me smile to think how people can be such friends, and how much fun…

    Best to you both,


  8. thechebb says:

    Hey Carl,
    Check out the webpage for my brother’s small body of work…I’ll see if I can scan some pages for you…



  9. Humvee says:


    Good job with ‘Comic Life’ mac software! Love the Pearl book you’re working on too.

    Thanks for the tips you gave my daughter on CS etc the other day.They are publishing their end of year book and I WISED they’d have come to you first, but KIA committed first to someone else.

    Give the choice and I’m going to get some photos together and come to you for advice. Thinking on a Graduation thing I want to do for her later this month.

    Keep Snap-happy!

    Humvee(Humbled Vernon)

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