A better example of over-exposed Ektar under cloudy conditions.
7000 Volt wires are used to deter drug addicts from stealing the medication stored in ambulances. Due to the severity of the threat, warning signs are posted in both English and Spanish. Pentax… Continue reading
This is a simple example of when I think the Kodak Ektar 100 makes a good choice of film. I like using this film when the ambient light includes some artificial light but… Continue reading
Because of particularities of the light that day, many of these pictures look like they have been processed with Photoshop’s Shadows/Highlights enhancement feature. The dissipating clouds were still dark enough to create a… Continue reading
These pictures were taken with an ISO 100 in a moving train so I had to make a special effort to reduce camera shake. Pentax MX, Vivitar 50/1.7, Kodak Ektar 100. Unedited.
I’m not aware of any name for this strange building except of its address displayed in huge letters above the entrance,
The One Ninety One Peachtree Tower on the left and the Georgia Pacific building on the right, in downtown Atlanta.
I was in the middle of taking this picture in Sweet Auburn when somebody at the door of the Tabor Building called me. It was Tim Franzen, well known activist in Atlanta, who… Continue reading
Traffic lights in downtown Atlanta are regularly maintained with fresh coats of paint and to add to this impression of a well maintained infrastructure, bright yellow is made to be the dominant color.
This sign is obviously designed to leave no ambiguity whatsoever as to where the entrance of the parking lot is. Behind the sign is the Two Peachtree Street Building. The name of the… Continue reading
These are a few pictures, but just a few, from the Dragon Con event that took place at the end of August in Atlanta. I can’t elaborate much on this because despite spending… Continue reading
Downtown buildings — the old and the new — seen from the corner of Fairlie and Poplar.