Still using the Pentax MG
and the 75-200 zoom but I believe we used Kodak Gold 800 and pushed it at a higher
speed setting since we don't have shutter adjustability. This just enables you
to get a little more capture without having to use the high speed film (1600)
that gives it the over-graininess. I'm still trying to find the best way to scan
images without having to sit and wait for each file to load for an hour. I do
get pictures of the other guys, but I have so many images on my site that I only
put up the ones of Ed to save on space.
Some notes regarding these
pictures. They were taken with a Pentax MG with a 75-200 zoom and 1600 Fuji? Because
it was a higher speed of film it is grainy. I have every intention of getting
another Pentax for hockey photos - I do night photography and the MG is perfect
for it but you can't adjust the shutter speed which is a good thing for hockey.
Until then these are the types of photos that I have for now - I hope to get another
camera soon (crossing fingers!).
September 11, 1998
Dr Pepper Stars Center Practice