…then you may also like this Pentax MX-1 wider view of a neighborly image…
And, maybe, this more zoomed Pentax MX-1 new year one, too.
Really, though, I want to share more close up doughnut footage with you. This is for all you cream-filled doughnut lovers…
…with the chocolate milk to wash it down of course!…
Now I’m hungry! These pictures are pretty and provocative…and I took them with a snapshot camera.
Forget the camera, you say?
Where did I get the doughnuts?
No problem. I have similar priorities!
Over the winter we cruised a bit of Arkansas and found this jewel of bakery goodness.
There’s something just right about lifting a light snapshot camera with one hand, clicking, and voila – a gorgeous picture of a delicious doughnut – background creamily blurred, doughnut colorful and sharp.
– my eye doth sing!
– my shoulder (and theft vigilance) doth relax!…knowing I left the
tiring bigger more expensive “nicer” camera at home while my Farmer and I traveled the South. We didn’t miss anything with the littler camera.
I know you can’t tell I’m enthused about this Pentax camera, but truth be told it has become a deeply loved favorite. So, after you asked about my photography equipment, I decided to start answering with this sweetest little snapshot camera…
Because y’all probably assume there’s a big dSLR somewhere on the premises doing all the photo work and that it would be complicated for you to shoot similar images OR way too expensive.
I used to think that, too. So, I’m going spend a post or six talking about souped-up snapshot cameras and why you could love one, too.
Meet the Pentax MX-1.
Excellent capability. Optimally arranged controls. About $250. Go get your own!…or at least tune in for part 2 next week when I go into more detail with my MX-1.