Getting creative in Camera

One of the great features of new camera’s is the creative Settings.  Since I’m experimenting with going fully in the cloud, trying to avoid the use of a normal computer, and image manipulation software, last weekend I tried out the camera’s creative settings.  Those images are straight out of camera, ok I did a bit of cropping only.  In the past I used to take images in RAW and then enjoyed editing and tuning them to my liking, but over time, I noticed that the new bridge camera creates useful, and pleasing JPG images.  So I started taking JPG’s and used the images straight out of the Camera.  It’s easier to move to the cloud if I don’t need RAW editing software, as some cropping and basic online editors can do a decent job.

I used three Creative settings, B&W, Soft Focus, and Artistic and I’m really happy with the results.  The weather was overcast, and it was during sunset, so light wasn’t optimal anyways, those effects brought out some nice images. I hope you enjoy them as well.


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