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Full Frame Fun – Some SOOC Images

Just wanted to share a few SOOC images from my experience with my new full frame camera. These were taken in (gasp) JPG (c’mon…those 25mb raw files are a killer) in AV mode f/4. Notice how both the sky and subject are looking pretty grand. Obviously, editing is required and I feel really naked showing you these! But that’s just the nice kinda’ gal I am.

  • http://www.janamelindaphotography.com Jana

    Well SOOC is NOT bad at all!!!! *sigh* oh how I long for the day I earn my upgrade! Thanks for sharing!

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/froomiesfotos/ chris froome

    super shots, love the shot of the lad on the jcb, great expression

  • http://photographybyrue.com Rachel

    SOOC looks wonderful! Thank you so much for sharing =)

  • http://bigmariolife.blogspot.com stephanie

    Well, even SOOC looks better than a lot of other post-edit shots I’ve seen! Nice job!!

    And thanks for admitting to using JPEG. I often shoot in JPEG rather than RAW but I feel like a photog failure when I do. I have my reasons – convenience, not much post-editing time, limited space to save RAW files – but even when I can justify it I feel inadequate. so … THANK YOU!!!

  • Kendra Miller

    Yes indeed thanks for sharing, after edited please share again : )

  • http://www.catherinemac.com Catherine Mac

    When I see SOOC images like these I wish I was back in the UK for my portrait sessions.. the diffused light from all that overcast weather is too beautiful. Ever shoot sRAW1 instead of full raw? Its MUCH smaller but still raw! ;)

  • http://www.themodchik.com Lindsey (aka modchik)

    welcome to the world of full frame – I am coming up on my year anniversary since I brought Mark home last May, I shoot 90% of the time in raw (I find the presets just work so much better in Lightroom with the Raw images) but I quickly filled up a couple terabytes already :( looking forward to seeing your series.

  • Cj Whitby

    Lovely shots!