On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Bob Carnie, Toronto-based photo-printmaker and photographer.
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Since graduating from the Fanshawe College’s photography program in 1976, Bob Carnie has not only continued his own photography practice but also garnered an international reputation for printing traditional and digital fine art.
A master printer, he’s worked with many acclaimed photographers, printing for personal portfolios, private collections, gallery exhibitions and museum installations.
Bob’s passion for photography is fueled by this hands-on work in the darkroom, where he’s most in his element – a passion that’s evident in his own work. Using a combination of skills in historical and vintage processes, at times enhanced by contemporary technology, Bob’s combinations of skills, artistry and (hard-boiled) perceptiveness bring a unique richness to his work – from the early landscapes seen on this website, through to his current body of work which contemplates the value, beauty, and ephemerality of everyday objects.
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