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February 2012 saw these classic American automobiles assemble in front of Hobart’s St David’s Anglican Cathedral as wedding vehicles. They looked wonderful lined up in the summer sun.

CAPTURE DETAILS:

Camera: 1955 Rolleiflex 2.8C medium format TLR
Lens: Schneider 80 millimetre f/2.8 Xenotar fixed lens
Film: Fujifilm Neopan Acros 100 black and white
Developer: ILFORD ID-11 1:3 @ 20C for 17 minutes; ILFORD ILFOSTOP; ILFORD Rapid Fixer.

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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

  • Odille Esmonde-Morgan
    Odille Esmonde...about 2 years ago

    It looks great Brett, very 1940s with the mono film. Nice work.

  • Thanks Gorgeous! You are so very kind. Maybe another shot or two to come from this roll when I’ve looked though it properly…hope you’re all well!
    Best,
    -

    – Brett Rogers

  • Mark Batten-O'Donohoe
    Mark Batten-O'...about 2 years ago

  • Thank you so much Mark, I’m a great fan of Fujifilm’s products, both film and digital, and the New Fuji Fine is one of my favourite Red Bubble groups. Having an image featured in the group is very special. I’m quite delighted—again—thank you, Mark.
    Best,
    -

    – Brett Rogers

  • James2001
    James2001about 2 years ago

  • James,
    I’m so sorry for the tardy reply, but I’m always thrilled to get any feature in the best black and white group by far on Red Bubble. Thanks so much and I really am delighted.
    Best,
    -

    – Brett Rogers

  • TonyCrehan
    TonyCrehanalmost 2 years ago

    Great nostalgic capture Brett….expect to see them riddled with gangsters’ bullets at any moment:)

  • Thanks, Tony, guitar cases all round you reckon? They would not look out of place in Chicago, would they? Thanks mate!
    Cheers,
    -

    – Brett Rogers

  • Derwent-01
    Derwent-01almost 2 years ago

    Sweeeeet work mate!

  • Thanks so much Greg!
    Best,
    -

    – Brett Rogers

  • PhotosByG
    PhotosByGover 1 year ago

  • Dear Graham,
    thank you so much, this is a wonderful group with such an interesting “focus” so it’s quite an honour to have an image featured in it. Thank you, too, for all the effort you put into this and your other groups. It really makes a difference to the experience of belonging to it!
    Best,
    -

    – Brett Rogers

  • Manon Boily
    Manon Boilyabout 1 year ago

    very well done!!

    B&W transportation challenge

    please view and write few words in the topic

  • Manon, you sweetie! Thank you!
    Best,
    xo
    -

    – Brett Rogers

  • Manon Boily
    Manon Boily6 months ago

    that’s a beautiful image ;)

  • Dear Manon,
    you are so very kind—thank you so much! I’m delighted. :)
    Best,
    — xox

    – Brett Rogers

  • LarryB007
    LarryB0076 months ago

    What a “Flash Back in Time” you have here Brett, very well presented !!!
    Congratulations on your feature in “Perfect Harmonies” !!!

  • Dear Larry,
    thanks for such a kind comment. I really do appreciate it. :)
    Best,
    -

    – Brett Rogers

  • Laurie Minor
    Laurie Minor6 months ago

    Great image, Brett!! And wonderful in B/W!!

  • Dear Laurie,
    so nice of you to say so. :) Thank you. Yes they were a good fit for black and white, weren’t they? I usually have at least one camera with some B&W film on me these days. You never know when you’ll find the next image do you?
    Best,
    -

    – Brett Rogers

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