Edgy DP1 shots

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There is a house close to where I live, it’s a house where people live that haven’t got the best out of life. I go there a couple of times every week and I almost never bring my camera – mostly because I don’t want them to think I’m there for the shot. But this Monday I brought the DP1 (I so much love it’s size!) and I under exposed ISO800 to get better shutter speeds. (light was dim).

full size available on flickr

Anyways, long time since I posted and I’m sorry for that. :/ work work work.

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 Edgy DP1 shots

  1. Well Carl,
    There are many readers including myself that look forward to what you write…..

    Your right on with the DP1, the more I use it, the more I love it and depend on it. Pushing to 1600-3200 is easy and still provides great images….

    Waiting on your next project….take care…Don

  2. Carl @ work says:

    Don, thanks for your encouragement. :)

  3. thechebb says:

    Agree with Don fully, though I haven’t taken the DP1 plunge…yet :)
    Cheers, my friend!

  4. Kiwibirch says:

    So Carl,

    When are you getting your DP2 for review ;)

  5. Sndr says:

    Bought I DP-1 two weeks ago. One of the reasons was your enthousiasm for this little camera.

    My feeling is the following: Basically, you get a very good lens and a beautiful sensor with a shutter button.

    Camera UI is rediculous, AF is slow and stupid, battery life isn’t surprisingly well, etc. We all know the DP’s flaws. But owwww…look at those photos, they have something very special. They make me capture the moment more than a Canon 40d, which makes its own representation of what I see.

    Anyway, thanks for writing your blog, it’s inspiring. No regrets so far for buying the DP-1!

    This weekend we had to solve a “murder” (like Cluedo). I brought the DP (it’s always with me now) and took some portraits. I think it’s too slow for portraits, but once I accepted that, the slow speed actually helped me. Strange. Feel welcome to look at my first DP shots:


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