I took KJ out for a post board certifications test brunch. Had to go to another country to do it, but it was worth it.
This is a happy accident.
Bruce and I had gone to the Winnipeg pride festival in Winnipeg, MB and I took my Belair X 6-12 Medium Format Camera and loaded it with a roll of Ilford Delta Pro 120 film. I completely forgot about it and eventually I had a small pile of 120 film that needed to be processed.
I messed up the roll by improperly loading it onto the developing spindle, this contact sheet is the result of random splashes of developer from other prints being tossed into the garbage can with it. I noticed that the images were still somewhat present, but what happened to the paper is what intrigued me.
MAKE Coffee + Stuff on Flickr.
Gallery opening at MAKE Coffee + Stuff in Winnipeg, MB. My work is on the right.
From the diploma program students at PrairieView School of Photography.
Each year, the students are required to create a body of work towards a final project. This particular work comes from one of three groups within the full time diploma program. The theme Revisiting Childhood was chosen as it allowed the students to explore individual ideas and memories of childhood with various interpretations.
The entire diploma program student body opened the show at MAKE/Coffee + Stuff on Friday, May 24th. It runs until Wednesday, May 29 (today). There, you will be able to catch works from all the students including what I am providing the link to here.
This e-book of Revisiting Childhood was created so people could continue to see the work even after the show was over.
Take a look!
Also keep watching this spot as I will soon post one final image from each student’s portfolio work.
The printing lab where we had our work done made a blog post about the gallery show I was in this past weekend. The article includes a link to an e-book with the project attached, or you can click the link here: http://bit.ly/14zNKrM
The Jets vs Bruins game was pretty intense, I could have lived without the drunk d-bags 2 rows above my head yelling dumb shit every play.
On a side note: Is it Winnipeg or all of Canada that has zero respect for other countries (and your own?) I’m fairly certain Canadians would be pissed if people from the US belted out your National Anthem ala Roseanne Barr’s 1990 incident while the entire crowd has a conversation, checks their mobile, or yells profanities over top of said singing. Then again, you barely had enough respect when your own National Anthem was being “sung” so I am not at all surprised by the former actions.