We had decent weather in September, but suddenly it decided to get a bit drunk this week, with temperatures as low as -2 in the morning. It also rained a lot, so that meant taking more photos indoors, which is good practice, because I haven’t really tried it. When I did before my photos came under exposed.
Here I used quite an old camera, which I had some trouble figuring out. I got a manual after a while, and figured out how to change ASA, but to me it still acts more like a rangefinder than an SLR and I’m therefore still a bit confused. The camera is Agfa ColorFlex or I am told it was also called AgfaFlex in the US. To me it was too heavy and not very straightforward, but it worked well so I planned on selling it. But of course, I couldn’t do that until at least I tried to test it.
Focusing is difficult in the sense that I need some time to figure it, and I can’t just focus and snap. Other than that I really liked it, and it didn’t even seem to complex after all. Perhaps I was just a bit intimidated by the unfamiliar look at the beginning. I was really surprised when I realised that my attempt to do a double exposure worked, and I did try a night shot, but I don’t have a cable release for it, and it looks like the camera moved slightly, but now I know better.
Taken on Kodak Gold 200.