SD14 @ ISO50 (full size download)

The following image was overexposed by one stop at ISO100, making it an ISO50 image. Somehow the saturation was way high and I had to desaturate quite a bit. The picture is also saved without any noise reduction (from Lightroom 1.1) and I give you the full size.

Camera: Sigma SD14
Lens: Sigma 70mm 2.8 EX
Full zise: IMG0455__full.jpg

(in firefox the image do look a bit pale, so if it’s pale in your browser, open the full size image in Photoshop. :)

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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5 Responses to SD14 @ ISO50 (full size download)

  1. Anonymouse says:

    That expression is priceless… just a warning, some mushrooms contain high enough levels of potent hepatoxins that it would be very dangerous for children, especially, to even handle them, although it’s more or less impossible to identify from the picture this one doesn’t look like any of the really nasty ones, but its something to think about.

  2. Thanks for the warning. I’ll tell my neighbor that tomorrow (it’s his daughter). But I’m quite sure that these are harmless. :) In my family we pick lots and lots of mushrooms and we know which one not to pick and how to make sure it’s correct version etc but these small ones I have very little knowledge about.


  3. spalbird says:

    Interesting to see Sigma can produce nice mush(room) though not being of that widespread Bayer type :) Oh, I like kids but this picture, I like even more!

  4. I re-made this picture just now, I think it had too much magenta before. How does it look for you guys now? It’s flash and sunlight mixed, tricky to deal with. :) Red is de-saturated a bit.

    Colors looks much better using Safari. So please, if you can, use it!

  5. Anonymous says:

    Safari and Camino is only a very slight difference here. Both look o.k.

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