Workers captured with SD15

Linn bought an ipad and i just needed to edit some so this post is completely edited using wordpress for ipad. :)

Did a shoot earlier today and wanted to share a few of those shots. The three first shots using the Sigma 10-20mm lens and the last (fourth) one using the new 17-50 OS with Sigma 530 Super on a tripod. The tree below using the Elinchrom quadra.. Will not give you original sized shots as they’re meant for a customer. The three first (or all) images also had polarizer attached which made the sky absolutely stunning and they’re all processed using Sigma Photo Pro 4.2 using the neutral color mode and then edited slightly in Lightroom to enhance contrast some. I can’t tell you how much I love the 10-20mm. :)

Above photo is shot using the new Sigma 17-50mm OS and the SD15 at iso100 – didn’t use the polarizer on this shot – or maybe I did, too bad exif doesn’t say that type of info. :) The Sigma 530 DG Super used on a tripod a few meters away “naked” – no added accessories on it like soft box or umbrella.

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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9 Responses to Workers captured with SD15

  1. last shoot (man in front the house), for me is better (other maybe a little dark).

  2. spalbird says:

    Nice pictures :)

    If you could persuade Sigma to double the sync time to 1/500 sec, your flashes would double in power under daylight conditions… That’s what I’d call clever upgrading…

  3. gloriad says:

    Really like all shots – the polariser has worked really well here and probably helped with the sync time. And the builder is so cute can I have his phone number?! ;-)

  4. spalbird, that would help a lot!! But we also have two super cameras for this already! Let’s not forget dp1 and dp2. :) they can both use sync up to maximum shutter of 1/2000s

  5. Absolutely great fall photography Carl, I love the use of the flashes. I really need to get out its just as nice of day here in Oregon as it was when you took these. BTW congrats on Linn’s iPad, I just got the pocket version (iPod Touch 4). They are just awesome to work with of course you know since you have an iPhone 4.
    The polarizer is the bomb for these sots, I don’t leave home without it!

  6. What are you using to trigger the stand-mounted flash? Pocket Wizards, or something (hopefully!) much cheaper that I might afford?

  7. Richard, I bought mine on “” which is a chinese online market for anyone (in chinese).. I have no idea about the name but with the use of this shot you can most likely find them if you have some chinese friend who can help you search. They can often ship to anywhere too if you ask kindly.

    The version I have has a trigger (the small thing) and then you can connect as many receivers as you like (I think) and they’re really cheap. Each receiver can handle two flash guns each and they have a small hole for umbrella and is easy to connect to any strobe tripod.

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