Awesome 30mm + RD

The 30mm is awesome. Both pictures are ISO50, the one of dad was badly underexposed and thanks to the ISo50 it had enough to be brought back to life. I used Raw Developer for both shots. Click for full quality. (worth it)

These are in badly mixed indoor lightning. (and outdoor as you see in blue) 30mm ingridPappa second cut

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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7 Responses to Awesome 30mm + RD

  1. ThePanda says:

    WOW those are great!

    I was playing with the demo for Raw Developer last night and I fell in love with it. There is this one picture with the 30mm that I cannot get the skintones right in SPP2.2. It was amazing how I fast I got it in RD though.

    Those are phenomenal though. What f-stop and shutter speed was that at?

  2. hehe, yeah, these are pretty much wide open. Maybe 1.8 or some.. RD is great. I really really enjoy playing with it.

  3. spalbird says:

    Why dad is looking so seriously and then, why daylight is so blue? Questions over questions… The 30mm is more an artistic lens, nothing for perfectocrats :) Needless to say – I love the 30mm …

  4. daylight looks terribly blue if you want white to be white under heavy yellow / red light.

    The 30mm is artistic and very useful. As are all my lenses from Sigma. ;)

  5. Paul Thacker says:

    I am mainly a BW have used the SD14 in my work exclusively since I purchased it in April 2007. I am now working with color images with some satisfactory results using SPP 2.3. My question to you is what have you discoverd to be the best raw developer for X3f raw files using a PC Windows computer?

    SPP 2.3 does not have a color fringe adjustment like CS2’s raw developer does. My 24/1.8 suffers from a red fringe problem. BUt X3f files do not work well with Adobe’s raw developer. So I do not use it.

    In any case, I would appreciate any help you might give me.

    Warm regards,

    Paul

  6. I’d love to try some of your RAW-files and process them with Raw Developer. If you make some available for me I would love to do that for you. One to three pictures. :)

    If you need a place to put them I might have some space for you.

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