Quote Originally Posted by TheFlyingCamera View Post
To the OP: How are you planning to develop the film? My personal approach with HP5+ would be to set the meter to ISO 200, expose for the midtones, and develop at an N- to keep the highlights under control. Meter the highlights to see how far apart they are from your midtones to know how much N- development to give. N-2 would be a good starting point if you must do it by guess.
I'm used to sheet film and being able to develop individually, but I didn't bring my 4x5. So I may end up shooting low contrast shots on one roll, and shots with light sources on another. I have plenty of time, so I can shoot one type of scene on a given night and another the next. Then I could N+ some and N- others. I'm thinking the shadowy scenes without light point sources would benefit from N++ at least