The Holga panoramic as a wet plate camera and photo sequences.
Sometimes it may be a bit difficult to decode your own steps, but in the beginning of my fresh relationship with Holga camera was a dream about returning to the High Tatras sierra, this time with wet plate photography. Tatras
It was a pleasure to work with tiny 6x12 cm plates. Quality of optics surprised me in a positive way. I
I spent one another day in the garden, this time hunting for a glass negative from these white flowers. It was one of these days. I had to make six glasses before I got what I was looking for. (I was shooting from six to six, final glass was made at 4 p.m.
With Holga I made two versions of this scene, one of them for Anton, who inspired me to buy this panoramic version. It's a bit funny to make this kind of composition.
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