[img] Finally Sven & Jeanettes wedding pictures.

I’ve been fighting with my new monitor today. It’s a used Lacie 22 blue IV and I’m using a spider2 (thanks Thunderlance) to calibrate it. But I did it when it was bright and well, I wasn’t very satisfied with the result and I’ve been draging pictures back and forth between my laptops screen and the Lacie in order to see what it could look like IRL.. hehe Feels like I should only work in darkness with CRT’s..

This time I decided to give Camera Raw CS3 a chance and it worked pretty well. Good color control but a bit noisier. I never turned on noise reduction, maybe that’s why! ;) Black and whites looks far better using SPP, I think I will renmake those later.

ISO ranging from 100 to 800. Flash used in church sometimes. oh, Thanks Daniel Premberg for helping me with that reflector. :D

Lenses: All kinds of.

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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4 Responses to [img] Finally Sven & Jeanettes wedding pictures.

  1. Clive says:

    Well, it was really a very family occasion, wasn’t it.

    Very nice pictures for them to remember by, Carl.

    I must say they look a very friendly and happy couple. Jeannette’s laugh I have a feeling very good for Sven.

    Hello to that lens-holding young woman also ;)

    Best,
    Clive

    p.s. your code thing confusing, do we lose message if get it wrong??

  2. Hi Clive.. Code thing? Not sure where I wrote about code. :D Help me!

    Thanks for comment.

  3. Clive says:

    Carl, ‘code’ is what we have to enter to make our comment succeed.

    The so-called CAPTCHA thingie.

    If you mis-enter then you are asked to try again – but your comment shows blank then.

    Then we are confused. Enter the new ‘code’ now showing? Will we lose our comment which has now gone blank? Etc..

    If we trick the browser and go back to copy our comment, then must change it a bit when we re-enter, or the blog says it’s a duplicate. This is a clue that the original comment actually exists although it did not show.

    As you saw, re-entering the copied text and changing it a bit, followed by correctly typing the code, gets both old and new.

    I guess it should work smoother ;) when we mis-type the code. That’s the thought. Hope it helps you or your web-brother.

    Anyway, nice wishes up there in the ‘zone’…

    Cheers,
    Clive

  4. aahh.. maybe I should switch to another one?! Do you think it’s that bad? Or I can also do as I did in your case. Delete that duplicate. Not sure if this is a common problem. :)

    If you have any ideas of making this “spam” filter better. You tell me Clive! :D And thanks for comment. It’s nice to have you onboard.

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