January 2010



Creating a graphic novel but stopping along the way to take some photos, eat some food and admire great art!

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Gyoza – Canon G11 – Photo

Been a while since the last food post and I thought it would be a great opportunity to test out my new Canon G11. Whilst not as sharp as a 40D SLR, it still can create some crisp images even in the below low light conditions with the aperture opened to 2.8. Anyway . . this is a little North shore place in Sydney which has the most delicious gyoza, I think ginger is the key to giving these japanese dumplings that extra zest.

Gyoza Serving :
gyoza, canon g11, macro

What’s inside :
gyoza, canon g11, macro

6 Responses to “Gyoza – Canon G11 – Photo”

  1. Julie says:

    mm lovely crispy gyoza.. *licks screen*

    You owned the 40D? what lenses do you use?

    • SIGMATE says:

      I still own a 40D and it’s usually paired with Canon 17-55 f/2.8. The G11 is great though when I don’t want to carry something heavy around. For its size (see above pics) the G11 still can get some impressive shots.

  2. Jayce says:

    Yeah… We have almost the same combo. Mine are 400D (same lens) + S90. :)

    • SIGMATE says:

      My first was the 400D . . moved up to the 40D. You’ve picked the best EF-S telephoto lens, the 17-55 f2.8. The shots are so sharp.

      How’s the S90?

  3. Rachel Price says:

    the best Telephoto lens that i have used on an SLR is the Canon EF 70-200 F/2.8 lens. Best image quality ever.~::

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