One thing that was definitely prevalent with the Canon 5D Mark III was the full frame sensor. When I shot Bald River Falls on Sunday afternoon, not only could I fit way more into the frame but it made it very easy to expose the shot throughout. Even though I did some in-camera HDR, I really didn't need to.
This is my favorite image from Sunday's shoot at the falls. The only true post-processing that I did was burning on the rocks and the foreground water and turning down the exposure on the sky visible at the top of the shot so it wasn't blown out.