Sigma SUG Sweden ’08 – clip 1

Video clip hosted by the Norwegian photographer Yvind giving us important info on the 120-300 and how to use it properly. Inside you’ll find people like Ole, Filip, Oliver and myself. We also try to find another lost soul – the danish dragonfly photographer Fritz. – these are regular posters over at Dpreview and we had a little “get together” here at my place this very weekend. We had really great weather and much to talk about. And of course to shoot. I will post several un-cut videos.

These are all taken with the Sigma Dp1. If you wonder why you can’t see the SD14 display in this clip, that’s because I looked exposure by using AEL (because sunlight was very strong at the moment) and therefore the LCD will not show.

Somehow the movie became squeezed, not sure when or how. hehe

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 Sigma SUG Sweden ’08 – clip 1

  1. spalbird says:

    I feel like belonging to a big family whose member I often don’t know. O.k. Ole is maybe the most photogenic and therefore on a lot of photos around, I know already well. Carl, no problem and now Yvind :) I think I have a rough imagine of Philip, but Fritz and Ollivr, I didn’t get the imagination. It was nice to see the expensive and valuable 120-300 mm in action. Somehow out of reach for me in the moment…

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  3. What I really admired was the DOF on the video. It was subtle, but it was really cool to have the background bokeh out like it did. Oh, and I also noticed you had a ND grad Cokin filter on the DP1. Very cool.

  4. Scott, did you see the ND in the shadow or what?! :D The filter stays on at all times on my Dp1. more or less.

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  6. Carl, I just added some “tags” to the video as proof! :D

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