Observations about MED resolution..

Here’s three pictures from a wedding I shot this summer. For some reason I don’t remember I had switched to MED resolution (1776×1184) Looking at these makes me think that maybe I would gain something. These are unaltered, just exported from Lightroom. Nothing changed from RAW. For me it looks very much like my old slide-film. I think this feeling is partly due to the use of VPS. (pixels stacked together to gather more light)

Sigma SD14 – ISO100 – Sigma 12-24
RAW Medium resolution (1776 x 1184 x 3)



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 Observations about MED resolution..

  1. spalbird says:

    Some surreal colors and noisless pictures. All Pictures seem to be taken in a high contrast scenario. These pictures remember me to those big photographic transparencies you showed from China.

  2. Johan Gotenburg says:

    Colors are over the top if you ask me. And whats that doubling line on the brides dress?

  3. Hi Johan.. Well, it’s RAW files and would suggest that I have to desaturate to get back to normal – Nothing hit the roof so to speak so nothing is lost. But I rather bring it back than try to bring it up. Agree?

    The lines you’re talking about is part of the dress if anything. I can post some bigger photos, these are way to small to judge stuff like that. :)

    Thanks for comment.

  4. Johan Gotenburg says:

    Well, no problem, just a matter of taste. Would like to see a crop as well. Or maybe post a RAW if possible.

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