Some shots I took this week from my handy Canon G10. Like I mentioned before, it works well at lower ISOs and if you get the chance to use the flash for some fill, by all means, use it. I’m also testing out a trial of Adobe Photoshop CS5. Unfortunately the free trial runs out in a month, so I’ll be shooting as much as possible to get my money’s worth, even though the trial is free.
The following 4 shots are from Union Square yesterday.
I’m not sure what the artist used to create this drawing. At first I thought it was chalk, maybe it’s colored sand or salt. Look how elaborate it is? I don’t think I have the patience to do this.
A co-worker waiting for another co-worker at the back exit. I forgot I had the camera set to WIDE, but I think it works well here. I have a few complaints though. Shot at 1600, the image is horrid when viewed at 100%. I also wish RAW was an option when shooting in WIDE mode. I was only able to shoot this as a JPG. I’m not sure what the G11 is like, maybe they fixed it or will fix it with future G series.
Fun, fun, fun with a Canon G10!