Edmonton Taylor University College Study Session | Case #032

CASE CLOSED

The people or photographer have been identified and any updates will appear as a video link below.

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A half frame here shows a computer, and tack wall.

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There’s a lot in just this photo and the next one to narrow down the date.

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Most importantly on the tack board is a calendar that says March, but I can’t make out the year. However, it starts on a Wednesday, which could indicate 2006.

There are masks, photos, and other stuff but I can’t quite make it out.

For some reason she has a tonne of scissors.

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One of these two might be the photographer.

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Her, shirt says “taylor University College, which is in Edmonton, Alberta. You can also see knitting, some multicoloured pens and a contact lens case.

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The book is called “The Lineage of Grace” by Francine Rivers, and was published in 2002. I think the photos belong to the girl in the glasses.

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You can see the young woman with the glasses wearing these slippers in the shot with her friend reading the book.

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There’s an indigo that has a similar front entrance in Edmonton

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Selfie!

Happy 25th Anniversary Al & Darlene | Case #030

 About the Film

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The woman on the right with the man and the other looking over look like sisters. This is very likely a gathering involving a lot of friends.

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Pop can says Co-op, doesn’t narrow it down.

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It’s outdoors and nighttime, but everyone is glistening like it’s boiling outside, so we can probably rule out Canada.

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Two cakes! One has blue icing, one had red.

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The last two images are the camera being discovered in a thrift store. Someone is checking to make sure it works. You’ll notice the quality is much better in these last two images. That’s because this lady opened the back, fogging the rest, then she took a couple of shots to see if it worked. After that the film rewound and it was saved.

Portland Fire Museum and 3 Dollar Dewey’s | Case #029

About the Film

A single roll of 35mm colour film. 14 exposures total.

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Portland, Maine Fire Museum.

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The sign on the tent reads “Free Minutes”

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Three Dollar Dewey’s is a pub restaurant on commercial street in Portland, Maine.

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A statue honouring Director John Ford. Just on the next block from 3 Dollar Dewey’s

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I love street art like this.

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Licence Plate: 2REDHDS

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Summary

Someone probably local on a photo walk. There are photos of downtown, then what looks like their neighbourhood. This person probably photographed a lot, as this comes across as casual shooting. At the same time, there’s thought and composition.