(Above) To take this picture I set the FEC (Flash Exposure Compensation) of the G15 to –2 and a fairly slow shutter speed of 1/8s. I spun myself around on my swivel chair—it took a few attempts and I was a little dizzy after that. This was the most pleasing shot.
(Below) The hotel lobby during Chinese New Year. I crouched down low and let the G15 do its magic. 1/30s f/1.8.
(Above) The interior of Ben’s Restaurant taken with available light. The colors are so pleasing and restful.
(Below) Valentine’s Day dinner in the 1885. 1/20s f/1.8.
(Above) With my UK friends, Rhys and Jean at Farquhar’s Bar in the hotel. This was taken with the G15’s built-in flash as the location was quite dark. I set the FEC to –1/3 before the picture was taken.
(Below) I love taking pictures of flowers too, so when I saw this beautiful bouquet on top of my piano, out came the G15. 1/20s at f/1.8.
(Above) Back to some more food pictures. Bruschetta—an Italian appetizer consisting of toasted bread slices drizzled with olive oil and topped with tomatoes and basil. Taken with available light, 1/30s f/1.8.
(Below) My favorite part of a meal. This brownie with a huge scoop of Vanilla ice cream looks deceptively wicked. 1/30s f/1.8.