Visited my sister today..

Sigma 50-500mm using OSSigma 17-50mm @ ISO800Sigma 17-50mm @ ISO400

All images taken using Sigma SD15. ISo200-800. Developer: SPP.
Click each image to see what lens and ISO used.

Sigma 85mm, available light hand held at ISO200 - f1.6 Sigma 85mm, available light hand held at ISO200 - f1.6 Sigma 85mm @ f2.0 @ ISo400 Sigma 17-50mm @ ISo400 @ f3,2 - OS on Sigma 17-50mm @ ISO800 Sigma 17-50mm @ ISO800 Sigma 17-50mm @ ISO800 Sigma 17-50mm @ ISO400
Last five images are all taken using the Sigma 17-50 2.8 OS (using OS) and all are available as full size jpegs over at flickr – But the very last one you can take a closer look at here. Most shots above are ISO400 or more.

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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7 Responses to Visited my sister today..

  1. Pierre says:

    Hi Carl!

    Your Black and white pictures are REALLY amazing! I didn’t believe that the SD15 was able to give us such great images (in black and white, of course)

    Thank You !

    By the way, what is the best printing size for High resolution pictures (with SD15)?

  2. Pierre,

    Thanks! Well, printing sizes will work differently depending on shot. I have some truly beautiful 70×100 prints here – and I had a double A0 print taken with Sigma SD9 hanging at Photokina 2004.. It looked supernice. So, it all depends. Big is often better.

  3. Clive says:

    Carl, your family pictures always are very interesting, I think. They seem to carry a quality of insight; perhaps that is actually a quality of your family, but also of the images you’ve made them comfortable to be taken.

    I think this is related to your talent for gaining wonderful pictures of people in many other situations. Not such a small thing ;).

    Btw, really enjoying a Göteburg musical group which just discovered somehow — Downtown Ramblers. Here is a Youtube playlist which may carry qualities of insight for the watching and listening ;)

    http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=F79D942BCE0AC873

    I had passed this to Maria after hearing/seeing some of Xiaogang’s music by video.

    Regards,
    Clive

  4. pawel says:

    nice. I was wondering how it was possible to take such nice photos in the limited light you had but 85mm 1.6 solved the mystery :-)
    great skin tones and gradations.
    cheers.

  5. Carl rytterfalk says:

    Clive,

    Thanks! Its been way too many birds lately so I HAD to do something about that. :) – those Downtown Ramblers I never heard of, will be interesting to have a talk about them with XiaoGang next time we meet! :) thanks!!

  6. Dan says:

    Hi Carl,
    Great shots! These are tagged under the 50-500 OS category.
    You have been able to achieve great results with this lens. Have you experienced focusing problems with this lens when shooting at high focal lengths? What about visible vignetting? I hope it is a tool which continues to consistently deliver and assist you in your creative endeavors.
    Regards,
    -Dan

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