Punta Cana and Altos de Chavon (2002)
A few months after I bought my first digital camera, my girlfriend (now my wife) and I went on our first vacation together to the Dominican Republic. I didn’t know a thing about photography at the time, so I kept my camera on “Program Mode” – basically Auto with RAW format. This meant that many of my photos didn’t have a depth-of-field that provided more focus on a specific subject in the photo. As I continued to use my digital camera I began to learn more about how to properly expose my photos to provide better depth-of-field.
The camera had a 4MP sensor, so there really wasn’t a lot of room for cropping compared to the 10MP+ cameras of today. The is evident in some of the photos where you can see some of the pixels, but overall I am still happy with the editing capability of a RAW format that is over 10 years old.
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