Everything in the raw, right? I mean really, I buy “Sugar in the Raw”, but I don’t think it’s really in the raw. If it were, wouldn’t I be dunking plant pieces into my morning decaf?
Raw is good in many cases. Raw carrots rock, raw broccoli….not so much. I’m really digressing here, apologies.
It so happens that I also shoot in RAW mode. All the image data is collected and stored. That’s why when using an 8GB card with a 21 Megapixel camera I find myself running out of shots quickly. Good thing I carry extra cards with me.
In the case of this post though, I’m not talking Raw sugar or RAW image mode. I’m talking about the final photographic product. Unedited, untouched, and still, unbelievable! I’ve only started sorting through the images shot over the weekend and I’m blown away. I have flagged so many picks in Lightroom it isn’t funny. And many of the images stand on their own without work. Of course, that doesn’t mean I won’t be playing fun HDR games as well. It just means that White Pocket is so stunning that enhancement isn’t always necessary.
So, the typing for this post is over. Now comes the photos. No edits, no corrections, no color enhancements. These are all as shot. In time I’m sure some will experience edits, but I thought you might like to see how cool White Pocket is “naturally”, or, “in the raw.” 🙂