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Craig Sinclair

Craig Sinclair

Craig Sinclair was born in Ontario and is a University of Toronto School of Architecture graduate living in Vancouver for the second time. His photography explores the underlying narratives existing in found contexts. There is beauty in the ordinary, a concept he explores by taking a photograph every day; an exercise he began in 2007 and continues to this day.

A Day in the Life, as Seen Through a Yashica 35 MF

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Craig offers some thoughts on photography as a document of life, as seen through the Yashica 35 MF 35mm film camera.

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Photography – a Big and Beautiful Lie

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Craig Sinclair considers photography and the lies it tells, the lies we accept, and why he wouldn’t have it any other way.

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Why I Shoot Film (Even Though You Didn’t Ask)

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I bought a typewriter not long ago. If you look at Craigslist on a regular basis you’ll probably find one for cheap. When you find out the ink ribbon is old and dry you’ll discover…

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Photography versus Art, Rinse, Repeat

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Ansel Adams might have been the best photographer that ever was or ever will be. But he wasn’t an artist. A bold statement, and one that’s gotten me into trouble in the past. As argument, I offer…

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My Favorite Camera is Not My Best Camera, Nor is it My Favorite Camera

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I remember the little Italian-made camera my father gave me when I was seven or eight years old. I didn’t know it was Italian at the time. I’m not sure I even knew what “Italy”…

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