Vintage automobiles and black and white film – a perfect match

This is from one of my personal film projects, and I love this one so much I’ve got a 20×30 canvas of this print in my living room.

 

This early 30’s Chrysler belongs to the Dunafon family and I’ve had the chance to photograph it a time or two over the years up at Dunafon Castle.

Shot on a medium format 645 camera – rich black and white film just takes on a wonderful depth and richness with this type of gear.

Here’s a few more from that morning.

Until next time,

Mark

  • dan - September 10, 2013 - 7:59 am

    This automobile is not an Imperial. Several clues: Hood-too short, cowl lamps-too small, windshield-wrong visor,does not have two-piece split windshield; bumper-too small, wrong medallions; tires-too small, running boards-too flat; rear fenders-lack Imperial trim. My best guess is a 1930-31 Chrysler CJ six

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