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  PLASTIC - documents exploding architectural growth of downtown Vancouver, with particular attention paid to the Yaletown district. Most of these images were created during the winter months, either on my way to work or while wandering through the neighbourhood during my lunch break. Over the past years I have witnessed open parking lots and worn-out warehouses evolve into high-rise condos and stylish storefronts. PLASTIC examines this evolution. These images were made with plastic toy cameras, specifically a Woca and a Holga. The Woca is the “high-end” version of the Holga, and boasts a glass lens versus the Holga’s plastic lens. Both these cameras are limited to a couple of aperture settings (F11 and F8), with only one shutter speed of 1/100th sec. Since these images were primarily made during months with low lighting conditions, I was forced to expose each image two or three times in order to achieve the desired effect. The result is the layered composite of images to the film, which nicely compliments the layered evolution of this eclectic neighborhood.

PLASTIC - documents exploding architectural growth of downtown Vancouver, with particular attention paid to the Yaletown district. Most of these images were created during the winter months, either on my way to work or while wandering through the neighbourhood during my lunch break. Over the past years I have witnessed open parking lots and worn-out warehouses evolve into high-rise condos and stylish storefronts. PLASTIC examines this evolution. These images were made with plastic toy cameras, specifically a Woca and a Holga. The Woca is the “high-end” version of the Holga, and boasts a glass lens versus the Holga’s plastic lens. Both these cameras are limited to a couple of aperture settings (F11 and F8), with only one shutter speed of 1/100th sec. Since these images were primarily made during months with low lighting conditions, I was forced to expose each image two or three times in order to achieve the desired effect. The result is the layered composite of images to the film, which nicely compliments the layered evolution of this eclectic neighborhood.

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  PLASTIC - documents exploding architectural growth of downtown Vancouver, with particular attention paid to the Yaletown district. Most of these images were created during the winter months, either on my way to work or while wandering through the neighbourhood during my lunch break. Over the past years I have witnessed open parking lots and worn-out warehouses evolve into high-rise condos and stylish storefronts. PLASTIC examines this evolution. These images were made with plastic toy cameras, specifically a Woca and a Holga. The Woca is the “high-end” version of the Holga, and boasts a glass lens versus the Holga’s plastic lens. Both these cameras are limited to a couple of aperture settings (F11 and F8), with only one shutter speed of 1/100th sec. Since these images were primarily made during months with low lighting conditions, I was forced to expose each image two or three times in order to achieve the desired effect. The result is the layered composite of images to the film, which nicely compliments the layered evolution of this eclectic neighborhood.
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Trevor_Brady_120C_0099_01_hires_24x24.jpg
Trevor_brady_120C_0145_06_hires_24x24.jpg
Trevor_Brady_120C_0149_01_hires_24X24.jpg
Trevor_Brady_120C_0186_01_hires_24x24.jpg
Trevor_Brady120C_0097_01_hires_24x24.jpg
Trevor_Brady120C_0189_01_hires_24x24.jpg
Trevor_Brady120C_0189_03_hires_24x24.jpg

PLASTIC - documents exploding architectural growth of downtown Vancouver, with particular attention paid to the Yaletown district. Most of these images were created during the winter months, either on my way to work or while wandering through the neighbourhood during my lunch break. Over the past years I have witnessed open parking lots and worn-out warehouses evolve into high-rise condos and stylish storefronts. PLASTIC examines this evolution. These images were made with plastic toy cameras, specifically a Woca and a Holga. The Woca is the “high-end” version of the Holga, and boasts a glass lens versus the Holga’s plastic lens. Both these cameras are limited to a couple of aperture settings (F11 and F8), with only one shutter speed of 1/100th sec. Since these images were primarily made during months with low lighting conditions, I was forced to expose each image two or three times in order to achieve the desired effect. The result is the layered composite of images to the film, which nicely compliments the layered evolution of this eclectic neighborhood.

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