Welcome to Film: Print/Slide Photography!
This portion of WrightImages.Com has been
devoted to the Film realm of Photography with these images having
been photographed using the Pentax Pz1P [SLR]: 35mm Single
Lens Reflex Camera and having been set to Manual Mode [unless
otherwise indicated]. In addition, you may find more Technical
Information from the following PDF files: [Owners
Manual / Functions Sheet].
Images produced from the Pentax Pz1P 35
SLR camera were originally produced by photo developers at a
4"x6" image size most of the time and when the images
were scanned they would range from 6.25MB for a 4"x6"
image to 25MB for an 8"x12" image.
When these images were originally scanned, I was using an AGFA
Flatbed Color Scanner  and I would often find it necessary
to raise the color saturation to its' Default Setting + 19 in
order to reproduce the photo image's exact likeness. Images were
all scanned at 300 DPI [Dots Per Inch] / or 150 LPI [Lines Per
Inch]. For the purpose of establishing a standard that could
serve as a Default Standard, I would ask who ever did develop
my rolls of print film, that they not apply any color correction
[photo developing settings were to be set at Nutrual: no boosting
of any color attribute + or - to the image. I wanted perfection
to be a standard for any consumer using a 35mm camera.