We’re finally back from our Westcoast roadtrip and it was amazing – again!
Now I’m freezing in Austria and I haven’t slept for a day. I’ll just do the laundry and order some food. Then finally off to sleep, yay!
Enjoy the cool breeze from the ocean.
Get lost in the streets.
Take a ride with the Cable Car.
Discover posh houses on Nob Hill.
Order a huge breakfast at a diner.
See lots of art in museums and galleries.
Buy food for a homeless and make him smile.
It’s safe to say, that San Francisco conquered my heart.
There’s a new addition to the family!
I’ve longed for another medium format camera because my Agfa Isola only offers two apertures and three shutter speeds (including bulb) – very minimalistic.
I found the Pentacon Six online and had to wait nearly a month to get her. Knowing that these cameras can be tricky, we took some time to get to know each other.
When I received her, it was love at first sight.
Although she has some little faults.
She’s heavy and when loading film, this has to be done carefully. Otherwise, you get overlapping frames.
The wind lever must be moved gently. Harsh snapping back is not an option.
I already shot and developed a roll of film and she did a great job!
Next thing to buy is a light meter. Until then, I use my Nikon or the intuitive guess-o-meter ;)