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The Grand Central Terminal

Posted by
Sugata (Lake Forest, United States) on 3 April 2009 in Architecture and Portfolio.

The Grand Central Terminal in New York City needs no introduction - it is a photographers' paradise. The only problem with shooting inside the station is the low light condition. This is my first post here that was shot on film.

I shot this with my Pentax MX 35mm manual SLR using Ilford Delta 400 B&W film. Since the EXIF information won't show up properly beside this post, let me mention that this was shot at F/22.0 with an exposure of a minute. I had kept the camera on the marble railing during the shot. I was using a Pentax 40-80mm zoom lens at the wide end. Can anybody tell me what the starlike thing near the bottom left corner is?

Asahi Pentax MX ISO 400 40 mm (35mm equiv.)

Thanks a lot to everyone who commented on my photos, or even stopped by for a visit. The comments have been pouring in pretty fast and I'm finding it increasingly difficult to reply to each individually. I'd rather spend that time in viewing others' photos and commenting there. But I do read each comment individually, and if you ask me something specific, I'll answer that.

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Asahi Pentax MX
ISO 400
40 mm (35mm equiv.)