So I’ve had the chance to work for a week in Thessaloniki this summer.

I had to support my collegues there, due to a staffing shortage. Why the work days were characterized with extra hours, I still found some time to enjoy this beautiful city on the weekend.

I’ve brought my Hasselblad with me for a walk along the Corniche and took a few random shots on that warm and sunny saturday morning. It was the first time for me to work with this stunning camera and my new Sekonic lightmeter. So far I only guessed the times and hoped that the exposure will be right.

But it’s time to reach the next level and my plan is to learn more about photography and focus myself to get deeper into it, far more than I’ve ever tried before.

It worked, but after I received the developed film, I figured out that I accidently exposed the roll with light. I still have to learn a lot when it comes to analogue photography and workflows around film photography.

Analogue, Agfa Portrait 160

Somebody chilled on that crane. Looks like straight out of an Holga.

Analogue, Agfa Portrait 160

More stuff is to come.

I shot quite a few photographs with my Leica on 35mm film – I still have to finish all the scanning.