Raw Pack “Club”

Nine RAW + One in-camera jpeg from my club-nights. The package is roughly 100mb, they’re all copyrighted but for your enjoyment / printing / testing / playing. If you wish to use any of these images for commercial purposes, please contact me first at carl@rytterfalk.com

Recommended converters:
LRAdobe Photoshop Lightroom 1.3 (Mac/PC)
SPPSigma Photo Pro 2.3 (Mac/PC)
RDRaw Developer 1.7.2 (Mac only)

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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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8 Responses to Raw Pack “Club”

  1. Scott Greiff says:

    All five stars? Doesn’t give you much room for improvement. ;-)

    Personally, I never rate much higher than 3. However, as I improve (or so I think so…) I look back on former ratings and feel the urge to reduce them… Ah, workflow. :)

  2. Myga says:

    I belive it’s more like this: download data from the camera, look for best shots and mark them as “5”, filter them showing only the best one’s and develop. That’s how I do it ;)

  3. spalbird says:

    I think Carl scored the girls, all 5 stars are well deserved IMO :D

  4. Marcel says:

    Hi Carl,

    thank you for providing these raws. It is very helpfull. I tried the exposure times (1/4s) at home with my girlfriend. Bounce card on, operating in ttl, maximum aperture. It is almost impossible to me to get these results. It is always blured. Do you ask the girls to keep still? (It does not look so. . . ) ;-)

  5. Marcel, One thing that is important to note and will probably help you to get much better shots is – Get the person you’re shooting with a colorful, light (candle, room light, christmas tree or whatever) in the background. And place the person on a spot where as little light as possible reaches her/his face. More or less in total shadow is great! This way you will not get a lot of motion blur and mixed color in the face.

  6. Scott! haha – I work like this. I browse thru my shots quickly and I decide which ones I think is alright – all these I give five stars. Then count how many five stars I got – if it’s too many – I start to give the not so good shots (from the five stars) a four star. That way the bunch will get smaller and smaller until I feel satisfied. :)

    If you want to select more from the five stars shots then I use color.

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  8. Jaladhi says:

    Carl, I got inspired by you and tried to follow your tips :-) These are shot with SD14 and the 30mm f1.4 lens at ISO 50. Most are shot at between f1.6 and f2.5. Shutter speed ranges from 1/6 to 1/30. Developed in SPP on the Mac and then processed with the Nik software plug-in suite on Photoshop CS4. I still need to work on getting/correcting white balance. Any criticism and tips from you are greatly appreciated.











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