|This is the cartoon version of me in my boat.|
|This is the watercolor.|
Susan tends to work things out, experiment, read, learn. I just pick up a camera and start shooting, rarely considering the potential of a given piece of equipment.
These shots were all edited within the camera, using special features built in. You simply set the camera and shoot. I can replicate each of them with PhotoShop, but it is an extra step that is unnecessary, if you know what you want to represent with a given photo.
This is not an endorsement of the CyberShot, though I like mine because it is inexpensive (about $75), light, portable, of nice quality and not a major disaster if I just happen to drop it in the water. I've lost three that way.
Anyhow, take a look. The shots are quite good, I think (and the model is great!).
|Saturated color for a neon glow.|
|Dark surround emphasizes the portrait.|
|Center-spot portrait filter.|
|Point out that it's in black and white.|