Sunset in Foveon colors :D

This weekend Bengt Werner called me and said he wanted to take some sunset photos and asked if I might wanna come. Sure thing! Sunsets is not exactly my thing so needed the training. :) It was a beautiful evening and Linn took a bath and I wanted to join but time was running out. :D Air was warm as long as the sun stayed above water. So here is: Swedish sunset in Foveon colors!

Camera: SD14 Lens: 12-24 with grad filter
RAW converted with SPP3 and final adjustments with Aperture 1.5.4
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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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3 Responses to Sunset in Foveon colors :D

  1. BobNL says:

    Love that rich and deep 3d-ish feeling… foveon rocks!

  2. Tesa says:

    Du har fått till en riktigt skön himmel på den sista. Mycket vackra och skarpa färger i alla faktiskt.

  3. jag har prövat en ny konverteringsmetod – ett nytt workflow så att säga. Jag upptäckte närmligen detta: http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1332/1260795245_19a3edded4_o.png
    Lightroom vs Raw Developer 1.7 vs Sigma Photo Pro 3 (ISO800 1/10s)

    Och om svartvitt ser så ut med Lightroom, kan det verkligen bli riktigt bra i färg? Och jag som använt lightroom till ALLT sedan jag fick min SD14. 60 000 bilder i mitt startbibliotek :( Så nu upptäcker jag en ny värld och faktiskt nya färger. härlig känsla.

    ———————– In English:
    I tried a new conversion method – a new workflow. That’s after I discovered this: http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1332/1260795245_19a3edded4_o.png
    Lightroom vs Raw Developer 1.7 vs Sigma Photo Pro 3 (ISO800 1/10s)

    If a conversion to black and white looks like that using lightroom, can it then convert professionally in color? The answer must be no, especially if you’re a three layer fan and I used Lightroom since 1.1 for everything and before that B1-4 for all my SD9/10 pictures. I have 60000 images in my lightroom library. :(

    But now, with Sigma Photo pro 3 and Aperture mixed I discover a new world. I tried this combination before but I thought it was too cumber sum. And it still is.

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