Sunday, March 2, 2014

Foveon Reworks

In the past, I have reviewed several versions of Sigma's DP2 cameras.  Small cameras with fixed prime lenses (no zoom), they have featured various forms of Sigma's Foveon sensor.  I love the look from these sensors, which give pictures that generally need little to no sharpening, even when shooting RAW.  Still reading Jeff Schewe's The Digital Negative and trying to apply what I've learned.  And still practicing on old pictures.  And by "old pictures" I mean up to 2 1/2 years old.   Here are some from Sigma's DP2 cameras (DP2s, DP2x and DP2 Merrill).


Sunrise at Dewey Lake



Dewey Lake

Red River Gorge


  1. Nice and peaceful pictures, Jeff.

  2. I like the Pikeville photo. Makes me realize that one thing that has always attracted me to Appalachia is that nowhere else is the contrast between man's work and God's work so obvious.