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Thursday, February 21, 2013

Chinese New Year 2013-Friend Gathering

As our usual annual Chinese New Year Gathering, yesterday we were having Chinese New Year 2013's friends gathering at a Restaurant in Sungei Way.

These are the unedited but resize images taken with Nikon D7000, lens Tamron 17-50mm f/2.8 VC and Nikon Speedlight 910.

Camera setting: Manual exposure, f/5.6, 1/250s, ISO400 and some photos with -0.3EV, WB=Auto
Flash: TTL-FP, Bounce to ceiling, 0.0EV

Why unedited photos?
Unedited photos shows how sensitive you are with the environment based on your knowledge of the camera function and photography. Furthermore it save time.

Yusheng is a must for every Chinese New Year gathering Meal.
Loh Sang...

 Waiting for the right moment to Loh Sang...

Gathering of joy

Loh sang and the dish distributed to all....

Michael serves us with the shark fin soup.

Michael serves steamed Patin fish.

What so important of this chicken dish?
There was a hot topic being discussed amidst the laughters on how to differentiate a Roaster from a Hen.

Michael serves his ex-boss.

 Agnes explained how to drive back to the Federal Highway from the Restaurant.

Are they convince? They seemed confused.

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