A little something from yesterday

Went to a market this weekend, weather was terrible. I took lots of photos of old tractors, engines, horses etc and I might post some more later but this one first (I know I posted some more, but I wasn’t satisfied with colors, still working on my SPP skills). Full size for download. SPP3 used as developer. Aperture used for adding watermark. I know, a bit boring. :)

Now I’ll eat something nice with my Linn in Göteborg. Jaij!

market v2

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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2 Responses to A little something from yesterday

  1. Jeff says:

    Carl-

    I see you also switched to SPP3 and Aperture for some of these recent shots. I’m assuming that’s the Windows version of SPP3, since I’ve not found any references to a Mac release. Can you highlight any real differences between SPP3 and SPP2.2?

    Also of interest would be your take on using Aperture in comparison to LightRoom. Part of the interest is the multi-step process of working with images as Aperture doesn’t have a X3F RAW support (thus the reason for using SPP3?).

    Thanks for creating this site.

  2. I’m currently beta testing SPP3 for mac – it’s going to be sweet. The biggest difference is really the way it handles noise. SPP2.2 does a good job but SPP3 does it better. You notice it on high-iso shots mostly. I noticed that Raw Developer and SPP3 are close in the detail department but SPP wins easily when it comes to noise. (on X3F’s)

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