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Once upon a time, there where plenty of cameras without any imaging sensors, and it was good. Back then, film was the way to go. There where many formats, from huge to small. The 35 mm format is today known as full frame, even though it was not the biggest format at the time.
Coming from the digital age, some might wonder why I shoot analog. Some don’t even know what analog is because they never came in touch with it.
We all know those three legged things called tripods. They come in different sizes, colours, weights, material and so on. Some come with, and some come without a head. You can can tripods for around 20€, and there’s no real end to prices.
Where colours and height are more personal preferences, I would never again buy a 20€ tripod. I had one, so I know what I’m talking about.
Yesterday was my last day in Hesse. I spent most of the time on the visitors’ platform on the airport.
After I went to a supposedly better viewing area and had to pay for a new train ticket.
Yesterday evening I set out on what was supposed to be a great adventure with some friends. We departed Clausthal at around 9 pm to drive to Frankfurt/ Main. That would be our base station for the next few days. My friends dropped me off at the hostel at around 1 am today. And we wanted to meet by 8 am to arrive in Hockenheim at around 9. It was a bad night. I couldn't fall asleep, and I woke up early. But I made the rejoin time with just minor delay. And so we set off to Hockenheim.