Forest visit, SD15 shots.

Original size. She is lit by Sigma 530! :) (Sigma SD15, 50mm 1.4 at f3,5 1/40s ISO50)

enfuce test.jpg
Original size. (Sigma SD15, 50mm 1.4 at f10 1/13s ISO100)
Above shot of the road is an Enfuce test (open source HDR software that I use inside LR3). Shot is made from the same RAW file saved as three different TIFF files with various exposure compensations in Sigma Photo Pro)

Mom, Linn and myself went off a few hours to see if we could find any mushrooms. Equipped with both SD15 and strobes I had very little luck and light disappeared way to fast.. I did get a shot of mom though and the road. It was pretty dark when I shot those but I think SD15 did a great job! hmm.. Autumn is coming way to fast this year. And yes, we got some nice mushrooms with us home!

Developed using SPP 4.1

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 Forest visit, SD15 shots.

  1. Sven says:

    Such a beautiful picture of mom! I love it!

  2. Yo Brou! :D Yes, isn’t she beautiful! :D I hope she reads this. hehe

  3. Kent Pedersen says:

    Hi Carl
    Great shot of your mom! The 3D feeling is huge! Amazing and I think Foveon is the only camera that can do this.

  4. Hi Kent, thanks! :) yes, the foveon feeling is more or less impossible to mimic.

  5. Aleksander says:

    The 3D look in the picture of your mum is stunning. Really pops out and great lighting to :D.

  6. Anonymous says:


    I am using SD15 with a twin zoom kits. It’s a bit difficult to find good sigma lens in my country, so, trying my best with what I have. Just wanna share with all of you my pic with a little added effect. Hope you like it.

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