Colors of fall

I bought a polarizer and went out today to chase colors of fall. I was surprised of how well the BW polarizer worked and how extreme colors and sky turned out. Pictures below with my sister included has been flashed. :)

Camera SD14, Lenses: 24-60 and 10-20. ISO50 – 100
UPDATE #2, two more added: Click each image for 1500px width or height.

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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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10 Responses to Colors of fall

  1. Clive says:

    A pretty autumn, and a pretty and lively sister, Carl — it seems you have many of those, if they do not multiply in the images…

    The Carl touch also, of seeing something, especially in this one, at least for me: http://www.flickr.com/photos/rytterfalk/1633627061

    Many thanks for all the nice things, on a crisp autumn Friday which brings smiles, with good conversations also in Basel.

    Regards,
    Clive

  2. Thanks Clive! :D It’s funny that you see some “style” that I have. :D Thanks for looking that deep. My sister says thanks too :D

  3. komar_kzy says:

    Hi Carl!

    Thouse pictures are simply amaizing, I hope I’m going to reach that level of photografy some day :O

    Can You please tell us exactly what filter did You use?

    I allso have some questions about Your blog construction, I’ve got some problems with my own…
    I’t wold be great If you cold write something at my e-mail.

    p.s. Sorry for my poor english,

  4. Hi Komar! I’ll gladly help you with whatever wordpress you need help with. Mine is very simple and not much extra. nothing homemade so to speak it’s all free plugins. mail me what you need help with and I’ll try my best. carl@rytterfalk.com

    These photos are all what I would call snap shots, no tripod involved and no “special hour”. Even two ZOOM lenses used!! :D What you need is a good polarizer, in my case I just bought the BW Slim Polarizer. price, somewhere around €100 (ring diameter 77)

    Your english is great! :D

  5. spalbird says:

    Who needs B&W if you can have such strong polarised Sigma colors? I like the deep blue sky and the shiny yellow leaves :) Your sister? Well, you can’t be your father so when looking at her pictures you are both soooo similar, even the smile :) All great captures as always…

    Wolfgang

  6. Martin says:

    Hej Kalle!

    Som vanligt… skitsnygga bilder… Och den där på Statoilmacken… Du borde få betalt från dem, för att publicera den!!

    Yo buddy om Bornholm

  7. komar_kzy says:

    Hi Carl!

    Sorry to bother You again.
    I’ve sent You an e-mail on the adress You gave me.
    I was wondering did you get it? I had no response from You.
    Maybe it dissapeared somewhere on spam filters ;) ?

  8. evge says:

    Hi,nice shots
    Want to know, how do you calibrate your screens?
    spider, software?

  9. Hi Evge, I calibrate my monitor using Spyder2. It’s working great! Actually it’s not mine I lent it from another dpreview member that lives near by. Thunderlance. He’s very kind. :D

  10. Efim says:

    Hi Carl,
    what a wonderful combination of polarized sky and automn leaves. Looks like inspiration from you work will never end. :)
    I’ve always been a fan of how the sky looks at your pictures. Could you give some general advice/guideline how to work to make the sky perfect? Apart from playing with exposure and saturation in SPP. I am not only talking about using polarizer. Back in 2004 you were writing that one needs some work to make sky perfect with SD9? Does it still hold true for SD10 and SD14?

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