Install the film in the pressure plate inside the drop-down back of the camera. Make sure to adjust the settings to accept a 120 or 220 film. Close the plate, and lock it. Wind the film completely until it locks up on the first frame. Your camera is ready to shoot.
Now flip the waist-level viewfinder upwards. It is at the top of the camera. There is also a magnifier installed for the user to focus better.
By using the knobs on the bottom front of the camera, focus the object you need to shoot. There are two types of screens, a standard ground glass or a split-screen. For the ground glass, just focus back and forth until the resulting picture is sharp, while for the other, focus until both of the screen-halves are aligned.
Now set the shutter speed and aperture according to your need.
Always do outdoor shooting on a sunny day, and in the morning or in the evening. Never shoot outdoor in the afternoon, as your shoot will not occur according to your desired result.
While shooting, remain cautious of parallax. It is the difference between the looking lens and the shooting lens. Parallax can be neglected if you are shooting from a distance. However, close-ups and portraits, it can distort the image.
Shoot until the film roll is not finished. Wind it up, and take it out carefully from the locker. Process the film at a photo shop.