Selection of other shots. Either taken with my D50 or film of some kind. Mixture of Thailand, Cambridge and the Kinetica Art Fair.
Sony NEX is awesome, I got a Nex5 when it first came out.
I have a few old Canon manual focus lenses (24/2.8, 50/1.4, 90/1.8) that work great on the nex with an adapter, though rangefinder lenses would be even better if you have the cash or have them lying around. A Nex with a good lens is capable of pro level results imo, and a few good primes with manual focus and aperature is a good way to learn a lot about how to take pics.
It is nice to have the option to use old lenses you can pick up for pennies on the dollar or use the compact native zoom/16mm prime depending on your needs at the time. I often go mt biking with the Nex/16mm prime, that combo is only slightly larger than many p&s cameras.
Those pre-soaked in red wine look great. Dreamy. I think i remember reading about people soaking their film but I've never done it. I used to cross process (slide film processed in C-41 chemicals) with my Vivitar ultra wide and slim (fantastic point and shoot camera that is about £7..., or was when i bought it). Depending on what lab i took it to i got some pretty interesting results. I've not done it for a while now though. edit - just went through my i photo with even more x-pro and it really does matter which lab does it. Some of the stuff i have from Jessops looks awful.
(here are two of mine)