Nifty Fifty Classic Car Show

#2008. Adox CHS 100 II, Fujica ST801. Rodinal 1+25, 5:30 min @ 20 °C.
I shot these photos at the Nifty Fifty Classic Car Show back in July.


#2009. Adox CHS 100 II, Fujica ST801. Rodinal 1+25, 5:30 min @ 20 °C.

#2010. Adox CHS 100 II, Fujica ST801. Rodinal 1+25, 5:30 min @ 20 °C.

#2011. Adox CHS 100 II, Fujica ST801. Rodinal 1+25, 5:30 min @ 20 °C.

#2012. Adox CHS 100 II, Fujica ST801. Rodinal 1+25, 5:30 min @ 20 °C.

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4 Comments

    1. ‘Nifty Fifty’ is actually the name of the car club. Originally, their members all owned cars from the 1950’s, but the club has since expanded to include cars from other decades as well. I hadn’t made the connection to a ‘nifty fifty’ 50mm lens until you mentioned it. Good catch! These were actually all shot with a 35mm f/3.5 Super-Multi-Coated Takumar.

    1. It’s not that different here in Canada. I see a lot of the same cars at every show I attend. I like your idea. I imagine it would be very interesting (and a lot of fun) to see the different cultural influences on car design.

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