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Summer, Richmond Bridge—Tasmania by Brett Rogers
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The town of Richmond, a half hour drive from Hobart, is set on the banks of the Coal River, which is spanned by its historic convict-built bridge, construction of which commenced in 1823. This beautiful old example of convict architecture is still very much a living piece of history, and provides an essential link across the river to this day.

CAPTURE DETAILS
Camera: Rolleicord V medium format twin lens reflex
Lens: Schneider Xenar 75mm f/3.5
Film: Kodak TMAX 100 silver halide black and white roll film
Processing Details: Commercially processed in Kodak D-76
Other Information: Tripod, cable release, used for maximum sharpness. Processed in Kodak D-76.

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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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Comments

  • Judi Rustage
    Judi Rustageover 3 years ago

    I really like this Brett…. great in BW and the reflections are wonderful :)

  • Thanks for taking a moment to have a look, Judi, and that’s a lovely comment, much appreciated.
    Regards,
    Brett

    – Brett Rogers

  • Derwent-01
    Derwent-01over 3 years ago

    Was that from the day we were poking around there?
    Nice shot…

  • No Greg, it was taken early last year with your camera (well, it was mine at the time of course). It was one of the earliest rolls I put through it – might have been the first, even, and it was professionally processed. February 2010 sounds about right.
    Thanks mate
    Brett

    – Brett Rogers

  • Geoff Dodd
    Geoff Doddabout 3 years ago

  • Thank you so much Geoff, unexpected, but hugely appreciated.
    Regards,
    Brett

    – Brett Rogers

  • Rene Fuller
    Rene Fullerabout 3 years ago

    Nothing surpasses film, especially not MF. Beautiful:)!

  • Rene, I would be lying if I said I disagreed with your remarks! And thank you so much for the wonderful comment too, it’s warmly welcome.

    I photographed this scene a Rolleicord V acquired ex-ebay, that I repaired the shutter of myself. It has now gone on to a loving home with my friend and fellow red bubble member Greg, who uses it regularly. I now have a couple of Rolleiflex 2.8s and several Rolleicords that I use on a weekly basis as well as a 500C/M and I’m a big fan of medium format. But this is a special shot for me, because it was taken on my first ever roll through a Rollei TLR…
    Regards,
    Brett

    – Brett Rogers

  • Rene Fuller
    Rene Fullerabout 3 years ago
  • Thank you Rene!
    Although nearly all my images are captured with manual focus lenses of some sort, I do have a few 35mm “native” M42 bodies, including a 1969 Yashica TL Electro X (which has a dedicated mirror locking lever I highly prize), a Fujica ST M42 body, and a couple of Prakticas (whose maker Pentacon introduced the 42mm screw mount), as well as a selection of Fujinon, Asahi Super Takumar and a couple of other makes of M42 lenses. Build and quality wise their value is hard to surpass! I will try to upload a couple of images captured with M42 equipment over the next few days to add to the group.
    Regards,
    Brett

    – Brett Rogers

  • james smith
    james smithabout 3 years ago

  • What an honour! Thanks so much James.
    Regards,

    – Brett Rogers

  • sentimentum
    sentimentumalmost 3 years ago

    Congratulations your image has been featured in the [ Photografilm ] group ..
    to view the feature and leave comments please click the banner below

  • Thanks so much, sorry for the very tardy reply but I’m delighted, really pleased.
    Regards,
    -

    – Brett Rogers

  • Judi Rustage
    Judi Rustageover 2 years ago

  • Wow, thank you so much Judi, what a wonderful surprise! I’m delighted.
    Best,
    -

    – Brett Rogers

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