Just got done with a hectic two weeks. First was a week in Los Angeles to visit friends and my sister for Thanksgiving. Next was a week back in SF with some of my friends from LA coming along. Lots of food, drink, and fun, but not much time for much else...
Anyway, at the prompting of a friend, I decided to sketch a "still life" (a.k.a. my teacup) one day. I used to draw all the time, but it'd been years. And hey, doodling is still fun.
Then I decided to be extra "artsy" and take pictures of the materials associated with the sketch. I also played around with the color modes on the DSC-W80, which was also given to me by Sony. Here are the pictures in sepia, black and white, and color:
The graininess works decently well in sepia and black and white, but not so much in color. I must've used a somewhat high ISO setting, since it was indoors. I personally like the sepia photo best.
This is my experience as a Sony brand ambassador for the GPS-CS1KA unit. I'll have the unit and my camera at races, vacations, and other events. My photos will then be uploaded and plotted on the world map for everyone to see!