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This was taken late on the night of the 22nd of May 2010 looking down Macquarie Street in Hobart.
The photograph was taken from the end of the bus mall at the intersection with Elizabeth Street using a Rolleicord V mounted on a tripod and loaded with Fuji Pro 400H colour negative film.
Can’t remember the exact exposure details, but the aperture was either f/8 or f/11 and the shutter was held open in bulb mode with a remote release, and was held open for as long as that group of cars was passing through the shot.
If you look closely you can see the traffic lights at the next intersection have changed from red to green while the shutter was open.
The building visible to the right is the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG).
Digitised on an Epson V700 flatbed film scanner and levels adjusted in GIMP to correct the scan to match the original print.
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