Tag Archive: Pentax MX

George and Chiquita

George and Chiquita in Piedmont Park. Pentax MX, SMC Pentax 50/1.7, Fuji Provia 100F. Tone enhancements in PS CS5. Advertisements

The Old Business District on a Rainy Day

Pentax MX, Helios 58/2, Pentax Mount Adapter K, Kodak Portra 400. Unedited.

FedEx Everywhere

Taken last summer at the corner of a parking lot in an industrial park. Pentax MX, SMC Pentax 50/1.4, Fuji Superia X-Tra 400. Unedited.

Old Tires

A better example of over-exposed Ektar under cloudy conditions.

7000 Volts

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

The Ektar Gloss

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

Rusted Train Car

Commuters on the southbound red line MARTA train will recognize the sight of this abandoned train car. Pentax MX, Vivitar 50/1.7, Kodak Portra 160. Unedited.

Old Sweet Auburn and the City Skyline

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

Riding the MARTA Train

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.

Children at the Neighborhood Resistance Parade

Shot in the Edgewood neighborhood in Atlanta on Dec.1st. For the whole story, please visit my post on Nexus of Change at The Neighborhood Resistance Parade. Pentax MX, Vivitar 50/1.7, Kodak T-Max 400.… Continue reading

Downtown Buildings B&W

Pictures shot at very low shutter speed with a hand held camera during a night downtown.

Blue

The Commerce Plaza building in Decatur seen through my old Vivitar lens.