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Photos taken using Canon S95

Most of the photos using macro feature of Canon S95.

   
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Hujung minggu di JB

Thistle

Minggu lepas Sha jumpa prospek di JB. So, seperti biasa tugasku menjaga 2 orang hero tu. Sementara menunggu, kitorang buat acara lepak di hotel dan jalan-jalan cari makan di sekitar JB.

Kitorang duk di Thistle. Hotel ni asalnya adalah Hyatt, tapi diambil alih dan ditukar namanya kepada Thistle. So, beberapa komen:

  • Persekitarannya memang menarik dengan interior berkonsepkan modern contemporary dan landskap yang menarik.
  • Biliknya pun cantik, ada flat screen TV lagi.
  • Maintenance biliknya perlu diperbaiki. Sesampainya, kami diberikan sebuah bilik yang bocor pada tingkapnya. Hujan lebat haritu, so masuk la air. Kitorang mintak tukar bilik, bagusnya tiada sebarang karenah untuk tukar bilik.
  • Makanannya sedap dan pelbagai variety.

So, enjoy gambar-gambar sekitar hotel.

Dari seberang jalan

Lif ke parking lot basement, tapi kena jalan sikit melintasi ballroom untuk ke lobby

Bakal pianist? 🙂

Sha ngan Syafi kat lobby

Ala-ala model gitu. hehe

Reception counter konsep modern contemporary

Restoran yang kitorang makan kat hotel.

Swimming pool kat luar hotel. Tapi tak sempat nak berendam.

Bergambar kat lobby

Breakfast kat restoran hotel

Bilik hotel. Tilamnya memang sedap tidur. hehe

Pemandangan luar bilik hotel

Close-up with Canon S95

I have started exploring the newly bought Canon S95. I’m kinda new to this photography thing. My first impression of S95 is that it offers good features and the photos taken were clear. There are lots of features that I need to explore more, but now I want to share the close-up/macro feature.

The photo above is taken indoor, about 5 inches from the object, without zoom. To take this picture, I set the camera to P (stands for Program AE). Then choose Macro (with the picture of a flower). Press the shutter button halfway. The camera will try to focus on the object. After the camera finished focusing, press the shutter button fully.

In the specifications, the camera can close-up an object not less than 2 inches in distance. I did try to focus on an object less than 2 inches and the camera could not focus on that object.

Below is another photo taken outdoor, about 10 inches from the object. I zoomed for a closer look at the object.