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Parade of Lost Souls 2014


Parade of Lost Souls, Vancouver, Nov. 1 2014. Kirk Chantraine photo.

Photos – Parade of Lost Souls, Vancouver, Nov. 1 2014.

– photos by Kirk Chantraine

The East Vancouver tradition continues with street performers, acrobats and more. Snipe photog Kirk Chantraine was there to capture the post-Halloween, Saturday night madness.




Parade of Lost Souls, Vancouver, Nov. 1 2014. Kirk Chantraine photo.

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Kirk Chantraine

About Kirk Chantraine

Kirk Chantraine is a Canadian photographer and software developer currently based in Vancouver, British Columbia. He graduated from Vancouver Film School for 3D Animation in 2004 and has been working in the Visual Effects industry ever since with companies such as Electronic Arts and Disney. Over the last few years Kirk has exhibited his photographic works in San Francisco and Vancouver. A music aficionado and vinyl junkie, Kirk shoots live music and performance at an inhuman pace across North America for The Snipe News , along with landscape and portraiture. If you're buying: gin-and-tonics. He is @kchantraine on Twitter.
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3 responses to “Parade of Lost Souls 2014

  1. 6 years ago  

    I do love the photos you took of our Egyptian group and the man in the hanging cage. Nice choice of angles and very unique shots. I just wanted to you to know we appreciate your art as well. Thank you.

  2. 6 years ago  

    Thanks Christina!

  3. 6 years ago  

    What beautiful shots of the event! My name is Chris and I’m a board member of the Dusty Flowerpot Cabaret as well as our website manager. I would like to ask permission to use 1 or 2 of these photos on our website to accompany an article about the parade. We would include your name and a link to this album or a personal website under every picture of yours that is used. As well because the website has a black and white newspaper esthetic I would also ask permission to do a simple black and white edit on the photos. As a photographer myself I know how irritating it can be when people use/alter photographs without permission, so I am waiting to hear back before we publish anything, But of all the photos taken of the parade, you have got some of the best, and we’d love to use them to highlight the parade, and to help drive traffic to you and your websites. Thanks for shooting the parade and we hope to see you next year!

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