Live example. It is the biological eye behind the electronic one that produces great shots.
I don't know this particular camera, but are you using auto or manual settings? Before I switched to a dSLR I used a P&S cameraphone for a long time working with whatever settings it came up with and then tweaking the JPGs afterwards. An uphill task sometimes.
I like the way you've caught the moon just right in this picture.
Thanks again Sam!
It's all so amazing, the drifting moon, the striking sky and the symmetry within the building is well, wow, very impressive wide angle and compo :)
I think the little Sony is working out for you. I wonder, do you use it on automatic? Great job though, I find your work very inspirational.
That is so weird!!! As soon as I noticed the crane I knew exactly where that is! I actually took a picture of that crane from a different angle (from the marriot seen in the bottem right). If you go my blog you can see the same view! weird!
There will probably be a run on these Sony cameras now, maybe time to buy some stock:) Seems like a great choice for a P&S. great work as usual, thanks for sharing with us.
your shots had me sold on a 5d and now you show us this! Great shot with small cam! What kind of processing have you done on it?
WOW you can do this on a point and shoot! This is really amazing!!
you should sell this photo to sony!
I love this shot!:)
A vivid example of how it ain't about expensive equipment. If someone were to give you a crappy webcam even I'm sure you'd produce nice photos with it.