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A Walk in San Francisco

Sigma 10D Version

field trip by Bettina & Uwe Steinmueller

When we reported about our walk in SF we mentioned that we used the Canon 300D and the Canon 24-70mm f/2.8 lens. We actually used also the Sigma equivalent: Sigma SD10 and the Sigma 28-70mm f/2.8 lens.

As raw converter we used this time Sigma Photo Pro 2.0. Photoshop CS was used for heavy perspective corrections . We also use the new PS CS Highlight/Shadow control on most pictures to add midtone contrast, open the shadows and toning down the highlights (we will be featuring this tool once our readers can get their own hands on PS CS).


Famous SF Building

Mexican Mural

Mural and Reality


Color makes a difference

We love these Stairs (China Town)

Colors: Black & Gray (this is a color photo!)

The most challenging photo was the last black in black shot. In reality the scene had a much more intense black.
You can order all these photos as prints
All prints on this site with copyright Bettina & Uwe Steinmueller are available to our readers at a special low price (Printed on our Epson 7600/2200 on Epson Enhanced Matte Paper)
Print Size
Matted Size
9" x 6"
11"x8.5" paper
not matted
$40 signed on paper
3 prints: $100
12" x 8"
19"x13" paper
not matted
$70 signed on paper
3 prints: $170
15" x 10"
19"x13" paper
not matted
$110 signed on paper
3 prints: $250

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Uwe Steinmueller
P.O. Box 24724
San Jose, CA 95154-4724

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All photos with Sigma SD10 and Sigma 28-70mm f/2.8 lens.

Raw converter: Sigma Photo Pro 2.0 (we also used the new X3 Fill Light Feature to soften shadows). Photoshop CS (aka 8) with a lot of perspective corrections.

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