What I’m dealing with..

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…Right now. Or was, now it’s time for bed. These images are screen dumps taken from within Sigma Photo Pro, will deal with them later in Photoshop I think. Or play some using ACR too just in case. ;) I already tried some of these in RD with good result. Especially for BW’s. Oh well. These are all SD14 images, with the cokin on (as you see on some) and the lens is my wide 10-20mm. It’s really a sharp nice lens. I do want a 12mm f1.2 that is sharp from corner to corner and very perfect in all ways including beautiful bokeh.. oo aaaa I want that!

btw, I used ISO50 with both SD14 and DP2 – only – not my smartest move to date. Highlight did clip a little to often. Sun was really in and out a bit to often. Oh well. I got myself lots of keepers too, more than enough so I’m happy. Elinchrom ranger quadra used on all these shots.

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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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5 Responses to What I’m dealing with..

  1. Lee Morris says:

    Wonderful work Carl, lots of energy and laughter.. I especially like the black and white shots I have a real thing for mono just lately..

    Take care
    Lee

  2. Hey Carl, how did you change the color mode to b&w using spp? I just got my sd14 and Im running spp 3.3 and color mode changes are unavailable. Have experienced this as well?

  3. Rytterfalk says:

    Hi Birkir!

    Color modes only work on DP2 shots and future SD15 shots (I guess). It’s a thing within the RAW format.

  4. Okei, so did you convert these using ACR or do you still run 3.2 for your SD14 files?

  5. But you can still choose monochrome white balance.

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