I never like the pinhole effect on my Lumix LX5. The resulting images are dull because of the loss of tonal contrast. So I decided to shoot the mountain ranges called the Watsons Crag in the Mount Kosciusko National Park in the retro way. I shot this scene using my plastic Holga 120 pinhole camera. Then I took it to a professional lab to have the negative scanned. I adjusted the sharpness and toned the image in sepia to give it a nostalgic mood.