Wedding shot.. DP1 and Quadra.

Wedding shot, DP1 + Quadra in action
Just came home from a wedding session and wanted to share this very DP1’ish shot! :D I wanted the flash inside to get the “sunny” feeling. hehe. Anyways. BEDTIME.

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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8 Responses to Wedding shot.. DP1 and Quadra.

  1. ThePanda says:

    Nice Carl… That is a spectacular shot. Is all of Sweden beautiful like this? If it is I need to get out more…

  2. A wedding with a DP1?? Insane, man!

  3. Chris, Sweden IS beautiful like this! :P – Btw, Scott! I had SD14 + 70-200, 18-50, 70mm, 30mm, 12-24 and 50mm 1.4 + DP2 and DP1. I’m not crazy! :)

  4. I think I need to find a place to live like that… Everything where I live is marsh territory the most exotic thing we have are the red ants…

    That is a ton of lenses. How many cameras you got going?

  5. Ryan says:

    You can use any camera to take great pictures!
    How many lights do you use to take this picture? I guess…two?

  6. Hi Ryan, the only extra light is the one you see in the background. They’re standing in shallow sunlight but I agree with you, if I didn’t know the setup I would guess the same! Or perhaps a reflector. Thanks for your kind comment. :)

  7. Owen_B says:

    Carl, I appreciate your posts on the 17-70 OS which I have researched and like very much to be my event photography and weddings lens (I am budget restricted) for a DX. I keep seeing that a constant f2.8 is required (eg 17-50, or 18-50). My thinking is that with OS on the 17-70 f2.8-f4 I am no worse off (exposure-wise) for low light wedding than the highly recommended Canon 24-105L f4 (which I read has a low light advantage because of the 4 f-stop advantage over the Canon 24-70L f2.8; I know these are FX, but it’s the principle I am trying to deal with here). For very low light I may get a cheap 50mm f1.8 and (cheap manual focus only) 85mm f1.4. Am I off beat? Have you used the 17-70 in weddings / events where the FX “equivalent” 24-105L is natural recommendation. How is it for weddings in general?

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