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    Why a Diana (or Holga, or Banner or...)

    SFMOMA Umbrella

    The reason I like shooting with plastic cameras is for the simplicity. Working with the Diana, or Holga or whatever, strips down photography to the essentials. You, the subject, a simple lens to refract the image onto a medium. It doesn't get any plainer than that!

    The image in this post was one of the first I ever took with my first Diana, a Windsor camera I picked up at the thrift store for $5.

    Krappy Kamera Contest

    Soho Photo Gallery is running it's 10th annual Krappy Kamera contest. Deadline is December 30, 2007

    Download a PDF prospectus at:


    Diana in Spain

    Plaza del Sol, Madrid, 2004

    When I was in Spain in 2004, I shot a few photos with a Diana camera. This is one of my favorites from the portfolio. The rest can be seen by going to the Diana Portfolios link. Other photographs I took in Spain are in my Night photography portfolio, and can be seen at www.kaiphoto.com. Those were not taken with a Diana, but with a Zeiss Ikon folder.

    Welcome to dianacamera.com 1



    The purpose of the blog is to share my images and techniques. I like to work with a toy camera, especially Holga, Diana camera, and Jamcam III. Fun with plastic!

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