Mom’s party at ISO3200. :D

Such a nice feeling being able to handhold when light is really really terrible. :D These are all processed using Lightroom more or less with a click (prepared setting). Shutter speed was extremely bad. So bad that I will not give you the full size this time! haha!

Camera? DP1.


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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 Mom’s party at ISO3200. :D

  1. 808 says:

    Hi there,
    what a wonderful Blog & flickr account you have!

    I had doubts between purchasing a Sigma DP1 or Ricoh GR Digital 2.
    But you totally convinced me into buying the Sigma DP1.
    Or should I wait for the DP2 ?

    Greetings from Belgium!

  2. Hi from Russia!
    Carl! Greate Site!
    You show me right way!
    Iam bought sd14!
    Iam live it!

    I find next workflow for me.
    x3f convert by Adobe DNG convertor.
    And after using slikypix load DNG. i have very nice pictures! its very fast and nice!
    Thanks for your posts!!!

  3. Carl,

    I just got a DP-1. I have thought about it for some time and after reading your post and ideas, well…it’s a real winner.
    It’s definitely a thinking camera and that’s what I needed….
    Thanks ever so much for the subliminal info and push to get the camera….

    p.s. Great idea about the iso push….works great….
    thanks, Happy New Year…don

  4. Don! A happy new year to you too! And please mail me pushed pictures if you have any to share!

    Russian guy! I’ll try Silcy pix, I’d hope they have real support in the future for SD14 and DP1. I heard its good.

  5. V Mcmillan says:

    Great use of black and white photos.. I always get inspired to do more pic taking when I see posts like these

  6. Erik says:

    Great site and wonderful pictures. They all have fantastic depth and richness. I wish you’d share some of your secrets.

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