some DP2 and SD14 from today..

First some DP2 shots.. (all images, mixed ISO between 50-400)
coffee_200.jpgSDIM3472.jpg

SDIM3491.jpg
Full size: Coffee and milk (ISo200) | Moon above house | Big snow (ISO100)

Then, SD14 + 17-70 and 50mm 1.4 (ISO400). Oil paint shots are both ISO50
SDIM0029.jpgSDIM0076.jpgsd14_5_comp.jpgsd14_14_comp.jpg
Full size: Dad, the man. (ISO400) | Mom, the women. (ISO400) | Tools of art F5 (ISO50)

And some more DP2
painting.jpgpainting_2.jpgdp2_iso35_v2.jpg
Above as full size

And finally some SD14 + 50mm 1.4
SDIM9948.jpgfarmer_closer.jpg
Farmer as full size

All images can be found as full size at flickr.com/rytterfalk

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 some DP2 and SD14 from today..

  1. BBQ_Panda says:

    Great pictures!
    Nice and Nature colour.
    Wait for DP2s.

  2. Elite Kuo says:

    Why are the colors of your SD14 so great?
    Very nice pictures!

    • Hi Elite, Well, I guess lots of hours of processing helps. Each image is processed pretty quick but experience helps. The most important part is probably getting the exposure right when taking the picture and by that reducing noise and getting great contrast. Oh, and getting the exposure right much be even easier wit the 77 segments on the SD15! :D Can’t wait!

  3. NYC says:

    The snow covered tree makes for a fantastic picture

  4. Anonymous says:

    BBQ_Panda: Great pictures!Nice and Nature colour.Wait for DP2s. (Quote)

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