SOOC (straight out of camera)

A common photography lingo you’ll see on forums is ‘sooc’, or straight-out-of-camera. Sometimes, there are photographs that just cannot be touched in post-processing. It’s pretty difficult to refrain, even from that small touch of contrast or controlled saturation. Here is a quick glance at Jen and Mike, recently married, and how the camera sensor captured them exactly…

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And for the photographers out there this was shot RAW on the Canon 5d Mk II

1 minute reception

If you’ve ever wondered what all the photos from one of my cameras looks like, here’s your chance. I’ve always had fun flying through my catalogs and every-once-in-awhile being presented with a ‘flashback movie’. The choice of audio was pretty random, I was not in Paris, nor was the couple from there, but it sure is fun! *P.S. You’ll need Quicktime installed…¬†Enjoy~

A glance from San Juan, Puerto Rico

I wanted to put up some real quick shots from a recent wedding in Puerto Rico. Full details in the next post, but check out some of my favorites…

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Niagara

Stacey and I recently took a trip to Niagara Falls. One of my favorite parts was the ultra-tourist attraction: the Maid of the Mist. The whole country-side was pretty much a photographer’s playground, enjoy!

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You’ll notice Stacey donning a rain jacket as we prepare to face the fury of the falls.

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We also stopped by one of the local vineyards where I grabbed a fun shot of Stace…

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Ok, you caught me… I just wanted to introduce you to my lovely wife

Monica & Ryan – Long Branch, NJ

Welcome to the first entry on the long overdue Daniel J Photography Blog! I thought it would be fitting to post a recent beautiful June wedding on the Jersey Shore. Naturally, the first entry is going to be packed.

Monica & Ryan, you were a terrific couple and I couldn’t have asked for a better first entry. Thank you for the privilege of capturing your wedding!