Wedding shots revisited..

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SD14 + DP1, 12-24 and 120-300 used most on these. Sigma Photo Pro for all color pictures and Raw Developer 1.80 used on all Black and white shots. Aperture for post and publishing.  Click more for more! :D Full size images for all.

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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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11 Responses to Wedding shots revisited..

  1. Flavio Leone says:

    Italian Car Rulez!!

    Very nice shot my friend.

    Flavio
    (from Italy)

  2. jason says:

    can share what u did to the DP1 adapter to get that 1:1 square look?

    i kinda love it

    great looking pics!

  3. Flavio, I know! :D It’s such a great little car! I badly want one.

    Jason, it’s a cokin filter holder that is placed on my SD14 + 12-24 lens and when going wide I get part of the adapter inside the frame. Sometimes I cut it in post (using square frame) and sometimes I let it be as is. I like it inside – brings some balance.

    I’m happy you like my shots. :)

  4. Isiah says:

    Hello Carl!!!

    I love the revisit… very good BW photos. I had an old Nikkor 50mm 1.4 lens… It just fits on my SD14 enough to stay flush with the mount and I can focus, etc.!!! It pours so much light into the camera that on a sunny day if I take a picture of something near the sky, like light post, set the camera to ISO 50 and 1/4000 sec it is still over exposed!!! Sweet!! Here is a link to a photo of my daughter I took with this setup…

    http://picasaweb.google.com/isiah.davenport/Photos?pli=1#5253872879472587826

    Tell me what you think!

  5. Isiah, very good shots! Looks like it a very sharp lens you got! Bokeh look nice too. :) But that’s hard to say with the backgrounds you have on these.

  6. Janne says:

    Love the car shot as well! The B&W kiss shot where she has the bouquet is just priceless as well. Great!

  7. Ingrid says:

    Du är så bra. Jag är stolt över dig.

    kram

  8. Grethe Gerhardsson says:

    Önskar jag kommer att vara så glad som detta brudparet, den dag jag gifter mig… Otroligt charmiga bilder Calle! Du har verkligen öga för det där extra.

    Övergångsstället får mig att tänka på närbilden du tog i Malmö när jag låg rakad med huvudet på asfalten vid rödljuset.. :) Det var roligt! Och det blev bra!

    Kul att din hobby blev ditt levebröd. :)

    Ha det så bra!!!

  9. The wedding shots are truly great: groom and bride look very happy – this is what I can say about this beautiful couple of young people! May you live happily ever after! Our custom essay writing services will be of any academic use!

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