Kristofer och Anneth | wedding session

 Kristofer och Anneth | wedding shots
Second wedding with SD14 and DP1 hand in hand. Same workflow as before. SPP PC (on Mac) + Aperture. I will link to halfsize images later – but for now you’ll have to do some clicking if you wanna see more details. Btw, We had a great time! :) And the guy helping me with the reflector (best man) he owned an SD14 too – Wow. :D 

Lenses used: 12-24, 30mm, 70mm, 70-200 + DP1 (16,5mm)

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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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6 Responses to Kristofer och Anneth | wedding session

  1. Janne Ainesmaa says:

    I’ll be shooting my first wedding with the SD-14 in August.. Seems like you’ve been off pretty well so far!! :D Have you had any significant trouble with the SD-14? Any advice that could be helpful.

    Cheers, Janne

  2. Hi Janne,

    Weddings are generally no problem. In Church can be – have a monopod or tripod close by and make sure that you have shutter speeds that you can work with (use higher ISO if needed) – be wild, think outside the box if possible. If you have different lenses – change back and forth a little now and then – have fun. The big work starts at the computer – selecting and adjusting.

    If you have a reflector – use it! Have a friend assist you.
    have batteries and CF for at least 750 shots.

  3. Raist3d says:

    Thanks for sharing those. As I am starting to do weddings also, I am curious how weddings are done in other parts of the world, and I like to see different shot types too.

    On the reflector- it’s nice you could use the best man for it! ;-)

    – Raist

  4. Janne Ainesmaa says:

    Thanks for that!!! Great photos… I’ll definitely be coming back here to get some inspiration when the dates get closer!!

  5. p2d says:

    Really good pictures as always!

    Are you doing the B/W conversion in the camera, SPP or Aperture?

  6. Carl says:

    Hi p2d, I’m doing SPP monochrome as good as I can – and then refine that with Viveza inside Aperture (if needed)

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