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Remember Velvia? by Brett Rogers

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Photographed at Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens Hobart, Tasmania during their Spring Festival 2010.

Camera: Hasselblad 500C/M medium format SLR
Lens: Carl Zeiss 150mm f/4 Sonnar prime telephoto
Film: Fujifilm Fujichrome Velvia 50 (RVP 50) roll film.
Other Details: Tripod, cable release, mirror pre-fired. Incident meter reading taken with Minolta Auto Meter III. Commercially processed in E-6 chemicals.

No adjustments to saturation, etc—colour is straight off the film. Velvia is the king of films. It loves red.



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Tasmanian Brett Rogers captures landscape, cityscape, and architectural photographs in and around his home town of Hobart. He also provides quality black and white film processing services and tuition in traditional film photography.

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  • Melissa1999
    Melissa1999over 3 years ago

    Very beautiful

  • Thank you Melissa!

    – Brett Rogers

  • Odille Esmonde-Morgan
    Odille Esmonde...over 3 years ago

    Lovely light Brett, looks great.

  • Thanks so much, Odille.

    – Brett Rogers

  • Photogirl19
    Photogirl19over 3 years ago

    this is so beautiful :)

  • Thanks so much, so pleased you like it and thank you for making it a favourite, too.

    – Brett Rogers

  • Robert H Carney
    Robert H Carneyover 3 years ago


    Very pretty!

  • Thanks! I’m delighted.

    – Brett Rogers

  • Derwent-01
    Derwent-01about 3 years ago

  • So pleased, thank you very much!

    – Brett Rogers

  • tdn14277
    tdn14277about 3 years ago

  • Thanks so much Tim, I’m honoured. I love the concept of this group and the diversity made possible by its theme—well done.

    – Brett Rogers

  • jane walsh
    jane walshabout 3 years ago

    wow the colour is amazing!

  • Thank you Jane, but I guess Fuji deserve most of the credit for that.
    There is still nothing quite like Velvia 50 transparency film, and the bigger the transparency, the more beautiful it is.

    Your lovely comment is appreciated, as is the favourite.

    – Brett Rogers

  • aglaia b
    aglaia balmost 3 years ago

    i’ve always loved the name velvia, you truly think of lushness and beautiful saturation of colour just like this image shows. full of beautiful richness.
    yes i still have a collection of films, velvia is in there.
    ;-) xox

  • aglaia my dear I am so sorry for the tardy reply. Yes I’m with you, Velvia sounds like some sort of magical spell. I confess every time I load a roll there is a sense of anticipation and a little excitement. The original Velvia RVP was my all time favourite colour film and Velvia 50 (RVP 50) is nearly as good.
    Thank you so much for the great comment,

    – Brett Rogers

  • Marcelle Raphael
    Marcelle Raphaelalmost 3 years ago

    this is beautiful, Brett!

  • Thank you Marcelle! Tulips are my favourite flowers so every year I try to make some images of them at my local botanical gardens. This was the shot of the year for me, so pleased you like it.

    – Brett Rogers

  • Ray Clarke
    Ray Clarkeover 2 years ago

  • Thanks, Ray!

    – Brett Rogers

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