1st 30s of 2010

Happy new years everyone. I actually got a couple of 30s off even with all the learning how to function again that happens after a week and half off. Well, this year has started off with a new venture. Well, actually, it started end of last year. For some of you, you've already seen what I'm talking about. And, for others, you'll see soon enough. Nothing big. Just a fun little project I've been working on with a friend. Got to keep yourself laughing, right? Pics to come soon. Now, here are a couple sketchy sketches.

Bert as a new year's baby!

I traveled over our break from work. As some of you know, I have a Canon G9. I'm quite pleased with it. But, as I traveled, I saw more and more people with these huge cameras. Most of them didn't appear to even know what to do with them. But, I'm finding out that there is a image quality difference between my camera and the DSLRs. Simply due to the lens and sensor differences. Damn! Now, I'm working up a healthy big camera envy. Is it worth it?


kaNO! said...

Toni got me a G10 for my birthday last year and it's awesome, All of my friends have those big DSLR cameras and there is a huge difference. Those cameras are a good investment if your a photographer or if you have artwork or merchandise to photograph.
I still have a lot to learn before i invest in one of those.

evan said...

Kano, you got to check out the attachments I picked up for my G9. I posted them on my apt site. I picked up a wide angle lens that would be great for murals and things of that sort.

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