Wednesday, September 16, 2009

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Blue C Sushi

We have been attending the Seattle Area Photoshop Users group nearly every month at Adobe in Fremont. It's a great way to learn and ask questions about Photoshop, Lightroom and other Adobe products.

We have been going to Chiso for dinner before the meetings just about every month. We decided to try some place different. Lunchbox Laboratory was our first choice but was told via twitter that they were on vacation for a few days so maybe we will try them next month. To keep with the sushi theme we decided on Blue C Sushi. It was my first time at the Fremont location. We got there in time for happy hour so we sat at the bar upstairs overlooking the sushi conveyor belt.

We picked all of our items off of the happy hour menu starting with something to drink and a plate of edamame. We followed that with a spicy tuna roll, tempura vegetables, and pork gyoza. The happy hour servings were small portions but they were tasty and the price was good. We ended the meal with another small house sake and a Kin Shi roll. The happy hour food specials ranged from $1 to $3.25 a plate. If you're looking for a good sushi place for a good price I would recommend Blue C.

The photos below were all taken with my new 50mm F1.4 Zuiko lens using manual focus and ambient light.

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  1. Not sure if it's post-processing or natural, but the bokeh that lens has is oddly distracting to me - it's almost got the old 1980s vaseline glow about it.

  2. Hah well it is an old lens. It's a film lens used on my digital camera with an adapter. I noticed it did some unusual things with the bokeh.