Oast House, New Norfolk, Tasmania—KODACHROME 64 by Brett Rogers

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Oast House, New Norfolk, Tasmania—KODACHROME 64 by 


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Small 23.2" x 15.5"
Medium 33.1" x 22.0"
Large 46.9" x 31.2"
Note: Includes a 3/16" white border

Features

  • Printed on 185gsm semi gloss poster paper
  • Custom cut to three maximum sizes – A2, A1 & A0
  • 5mm white border to assist in framing
  • Tack them to your bedroom door, or frame

This Derwent Valley oast house, near New Norfolk in southern Tasmania was photographed in Winter 2010.

Captured using my Canon EOS RT 35 millimetre SLR. I can’t recall whether the camera was fitted with a 35-105 or 75-300 EF zoom but it would have been one or the other.

The Canon was loaded with Kodak Kodachrome 64 transparency film. This was mailed to Dwaynes Photo in Parsons, Kansas, USA for processing in December 2010 just prior to their closure of the world’s last remaining K-14 plant.

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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

  • James2001
    James2001over 3 years ago

    Brett, Beautiful house and beautiful shot. Great natural colors with the Kodachrome. That is such a steep circular roof I wonder how they supported themselves to build it. James

  • Thanks James. At the time it must have been a major undertaking without doubt. Kodachrome was something very special, I’m glad I experienced it before it ended.
    Regards,
    -

    – Brett Rogers

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

    Very nice one Brett. Lovely colour depiction, you can pick it is winter straight away. I like the dappled chiaroscuro on the tower.

  • Thanks! I know I don’t need to tell you where it is. We get some of our best light in Tassie in winter. When it turns it on it is really something.
    Regards,
    -

    – Brett Rogers

  • James2001
    James2001over 3 years ago

    Brett, Just another note, you may already know of him Steve McCurry who processed the last roll of Kodachrome through Dwayne’s Photo. He shows the shots on his blog

  • Hi James,
    his famous portrait of Sharbut Gula is staring at me as I write this with those intense green eyes of hers captured forever on Kodachrome. I tracked down an original copy of the National Geographic issue with it on the cover. He grabbed some wonderful shots on the last roll. I had hoped to find a promised feature about its demise in NG but it has yet to surface. Thanks for the link!
    Regards,
    -

    – Brett Rogers

  • Derwent-01
    Derwent-01about 3 years ago

  • Thanks Greg, delighted to see this indeed!
    Regards,
    -

    – Brett Rogers

  • photobymdavey
    photobymdaveyabout 3 years ago

    Thought the only oast houses were in Kent, UK, learnt a bit tonight.

  • Thanks Mark, there are a number of these around my part of southern Tasmania. Many of them were wholly timber materials used. This composite design with much brickwork was a very substantial construction and must have been an expensive project in its day. You’ll find more background about Tasmanian oast houses on this web page if you’d like to know more.
    Regards,
    -

    – Brett Rogers


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