It is the person behind the camera rather than the machine itself creating an image. First discovered by photographers in the 60's as a toy carnival prize, the Diana camera seemed to offer an alternative to conventional picture-making, with expensive photo gear considered essential for making quality work.  The resulting images have a mysterious allure, with soft focus, light-struck film and ragged glitches that appear in finished prints; these from the rough edges of the inner film plane. Untitled Hospital HillOld MainWaitingGathering CrowdRememberingLooking BackListenOrchard in SpringWindy Gates, ChilmarkVanishing PointSoaped WindowFoggy, Vineyard FerryCostume Shop MannequinMannequin, Pittsfield,MassahcusettsCuddle and Bubble, Hyannis Bridal Shop, Pittsfield Display Cake, Bridal Shop WindowMickey Mouse Cake, Wedding ExpoBakery on Eagle Street, North Adams