Jon and Carolina | Wedding session


Another really fun wedding session, this time a bit north or everything in a town called Mariestad – more famous for it’s fine beer. It was a bit tricky as Linn is now working down south as a guide on a castle and she couldn’t be my assistant. I really wanted that – so we improvised and used the best man for the job. Lucky for Jon and Carolina, it worked great! You can actually see him on several shots.

Oh, I also improved my car shooting style thingi – fun stuff! Lucky for me we had the time needed to play.

Cameras used was SD14 and DP1 – I had many lenses with me – more or less all but I ended up using the trusty 12-24 the most as I love the cokin filter border effect so much. Second place I think is 30 or 50mm 1.4 not sure as 50 is so new for me I tend to reach for the 30mm. 120-300 does give me joy when needed. It’s not very easy to find good occations or locations for it but when it’s time then it’s great!

I also noticed a slight magenta cast in some of the “just out of the church” shots – just so you know. :D

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When open the whole article more pictures appears as well as some whom has been shown already above. Don’t be frightened about that, it’s perfectly normal.

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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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14 Responses to Jon and Carolina | Wedding session

  1. Ingrid says:

    Helt otroligt va duktig du är!! Har aldrig sett såna bilder. Du hittar något som gör dig unik, väldigt skönt!

  2. Paul says:

    Seems more fun than work !! Excellent. Which photos are with DP1 ? Only B&W or some other?
    Thanks for sharing
    Paul Kaliafetis

  3. I’d say all wide shots without dark frame is DP1. So quite a lot. I will post another external gallery later today where you can see all shots and with exif written below. :)

    It should be more fun than work. :D

  4. Tobias says:

    Wow. really nice pics there Carl.. Mirror’s are sexy!

  5. pom says:

    these are really gorgeous. fantastic work.

  6. Mirrors are indeed sexy! :D And thanks.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Fantastic shoot – you make it seem so effortless. I need to save my money so I can go out there and be your reflectorman for a week!

  8. thechebb says:

    Hi Carl,
    I agree with Anonymous – since it’s me:) Sorry about that, must’ve thought I was still logged in!

  9. Firas says:

    Fantastiska bilder Kalle! Som alltid.

  10. st8ic says:

    The magnificent turquoise coupe :) I wonder what the car brand is?

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  12. Jonas says:

    Tjena! Hoppas allt är bra. Jättefina bilder med en annorlunda touc. Inte de vanliga tråkiga bröllopsbilderna man ofta ser utan något som är mer nytänkande. Snyggt.

    Jag och Frida har för övrigt dragit igång ett litet hobbyprojekt i bloggformat som vi tänker försöka utveckla till något bra. Kika gärna in om du vill och tyck till. Tack för en inspirerande blogg! Mvh, Jonas

  13. Jonas says:

    Touch, ska det stå förstås :)

  14. spalbird says:

    I read somewhere the wedding photographer should be invisible. I can’t imagine Carl is, well I am shure he isn’t. Very good results, although neglecting one of the basic photographic rules, again ;)

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