To The Beat of a Differnt Drum … Portraits of people who are pleasantly different. The images were made with a plastic film camera. Sometimes called a toy camera, the Holga was first introduced in China in the 1980s as an inexpensive mass-market camera. It does not have a light meter and has a fixed shutter speed with “bulb” setting to hold the shutter open. The Holga can be challenging to use but the results are worth the effort. The natural vignetting and the softer focus of the plastic lens is a pleasant departure from the ultra sharpness of modern lenses.