My Holga family. You can never have too many plastic cameras in your collection. Clockwise from top right: 120GN (645 and 6x6 formats with glass lens). 120 PAN (Panoramic 6x9 and 6x12 formats) to which I added a bubble level and step up ring adapter to mount 67mm filters as well as the velcro mod that helps keep the back from coming off. 120N (645 and 6x6 formats) with velcro mod that helps keep the back from falling off. 120 WPC panoramic pinhole (6x9 and 6x12 formats) to which I have done the sanding down mod to prevent mechanical vignetting around the "lens" opening and also added a 67mm step up ring to attach filters. The 120 WPC still need to have its front re-painted after the sanding mod. The 120GN, 120N and 120 PAN have also been modded to include a velcro cover for the red frame counter window and the black gaffers tape mod for the inside holes above the front of the frame chamber to prevent light leaks.
Camera: Calumet 45NX 4x5 large format monorail view camera.
Lens: Rodenstock Geronar 150mm F6.3 lens in a Copal 0 shutter. Yellow-Green filter on the lens to improve contrast.
Film: Ilford HP5+ 400 ISO Negative Film, shot at 400 ISO.
Exposure: 2 seconds @ F32.
Lighting: Lit from a constant light made up of four 25 watt daylight balanced CFL bulbs in a four socket adapter placed on a light stand and diffused through a home made diffuser made of white bridal satin around a pvc pipe frame positioned to camera right. Above the subject was placed an Alien Bees B800 studio strobe in a 22" white lined beauty dish with diffusion sock with just the modeling light on @ 1/2 power.
Development: Self Developed in Kodak Xtol 1+2 dilution in Paterson Universal Tank using the Taco Method. 13 minutes @ 20 degrees Celsius. Kodak indicator stop bath. Ilford Rapid Fixer. Photo-Flo rinse.
Scanning: Negative scanned with Epson V600 in two scans and merged back together in PhotoShop since the V600 doesn't natively support 4x5 scans in one pass.