Cold day with DP2 and polarizer.

I had to brake my online habits again but now I’m back. :) A couple of days ago I went to a friend in Stenungsund and the day was below zero for the first time on a while. Sky was blue and the DP2 was in the back seat with the Polarizer attached! Jaij. All of them has been shot using ISO50, the first one came out overexposed and has been pushed to something like ISO25 and as you see some grass and stone is bleeding. Not too bad though with ISO in mind.

And for everyone with unanswered emails – I’m about to go though everything and you’ll have your answer soon. If you think I’ll forget, please mail again. :)

Now I’m currently waiting for an SPP upgrade and a Mac version of Silkypix. Life’s too slow!!!! Oh and the SD15. ;)

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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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8 Responses to Cold day with DP2 and polarizer.

  1. Gen says:

    Carl, here’s a version of SILKYPIX for mac!

    http://www.isl.co.jp/SILKYPIX/japanese/download/

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  3. Hi Gen, Got it but it’s Japanese. Hmm.. wonder if the old english language file trick still works. :D

  4. Gen says:

    I tried the trick and it works again :)

    [file]http://www.rytterfalk.com/wp-content/upload/SILKYPIXStr.dat[/file]

  5. amaxgraph says:

    Yes, old file .dat working perfect (stll in japanese only 2/3 button). I’ve read this post and i’ve major dubt about SD15 and upgrade of SPP as soon.

  6. Boothrp says:

    Hei Carl (kronprinsenfoveon), Glad to see you getting out in the cold weather !
    Interesting use of the word “brake”.
    Normally people would use the word “break” when taking a break from something, but brake (as in the brake on a car) is an interesting use of the word. Hope you understand.
    If you want me to send a set of new guitar strings over to the guy in the glasbrukhuis, I can do so (he’s missing 1 or 2 strings).

    Paul.

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  8. Hi Paul, hehe.. Not sure what word to use, but I meant something like brake. :D Even if it’s a spelling mistake. Hi Btw!

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