by 12 LOCAL PHOTOGRAPHERS & r & & r & Twenty-Four hours, twelve photographers capturing Spokane, one click at a time... SATURDAY, APRIL 12TH. For the full slideshow of the photographers' contibutions, & lt;a href="http://cpc.inlander.com/slideshow/04_24_2008/index.html" target="_new" & click here & lt;/a & .
Ben Tobin: 6 - 8am
& lt;span class= "dropcap " & B & lt;/span & efore moving to Spokane three years ago, Ben Tobin worked as an editor for H3 Publications in Los Angeles. He has shot for Smith Optics and the Seattle Seahawks and is a regular contributor to The Inlander. He used a Canon EOS 40D for this shoot.
Young Kwak: 8 - 10am
& lt;span class= "dropcap " & Y & lt;/span & oung Kwak is a freelance photographer and a newcomer to Spokane. He can be reached at email@example.com.
Albert Sed: 10am - 12pm
& lt;span class= "dropcap " & A & lt;/span & lbert Sed is an amateur photographer living in downtown Spokane. He is also a student at Spokane Falls Community College, a projectionist for the Magic Lantern movie theater and a DJ for KYRS radio. You can see his photography at flickr.com/voir66.
T.J. Mustard: 12 - 2pm
& lt;span class= "dropcap " & T & lt;/span & .J. Mustard, a 23-year-old Eastern Washington University student, has been shooting photos for five years. An occasional contributor to The Inlander, he used a Canon EOS 5 D for this project.
Chris Bovey: 2 - 4pm
& lt;span class= "dropcap " & C & lt;/span & hris Bovey is the art director for The Inlander and the editor of this photo essay. "Sometimes I have to put down the mouse and pick up a camera," he says, self-deprecatingly. "I bow down to my peers in this project."
Tammy Marshall: 4 - 6pm
& lt;span class= "dropcap " & T & lt;/span & he Inlander's calendar editor and photographer, Tammy Marshall graduated from Eastern Washington University in 2005 with a B.A. in journalism and a minor in electronic media and filmic arts. She has worked as a photographer since graduating from high school, shooting for nonprofits and photographing weddings. She used a Nikon D-80 with a zoom lens for this shoot.
Avont Grant: 6 - 8pm
& lt;span class= "dropcap " & A & lt;/span & vont Grant spends his days tending bar at the Elk Public House and his nights shooting Spokane's nightlife scene. He also promotes live concerts downtown. He often can be found at the Swamp, Far West Billiards, the Baby Bar, the Blvd. or the Zombie Room.
Keaten Winger: 8 - 10pm
& lt;span class= "dropcap " & K & lt;/span & eaten Winger is an 18-year-old amateur photographer from Baker City, Ore. A skateboarder and golfer, he is currently working on a video project and a clothing company.
Joel Barbour: 10pm - 12am
& lt;span class= "dropcap " & J & lt;/span & oel Barbour is a graphic designer for 14Four, an online development agency in Spokane. Before that, he designed ads for The Inlander. Described by fellow photographer Kohlton Ervin as "a go-getter, an artist, an entrepreneur, an idealist ... a thrift store junkie [and] a camera collector," Barbour used Ilford 3200 film in a Minolta X-700 for this shoot. You can see more of his photos at Dirtchurch.blogspot.com.
Patrick Everman: 12 - 2am
& lt;span class= "dropcap " & P & lt;/span & atrick Everman, 19, is a self-described voyeur photographer who enjoys skateboarding, playing music, and learning. All of Patrick's photos are 35mm on expired Fujifilm 200. See more of his photos at pukinpatty.blogspot.com.
Rhea Beumer: 2 - 4am
& lt;span class= "dropcap " & R & lt;/span & hea Beumer started shooting live concerts at the Big Dipper at age 15 using a digital camera she borrowed from her high school's photo lab. She now shoots for local promoters, bands and Websites with her own Canon EOS 20D. She is a regular contributor to The Inlander.
Kohlton Ervin: 4 - 6am
& lt;span class= "dropcap " & A & lt;/span & 16-year-old amateur photographer, Kohlton Ervin is "all about the camera." For this project, he shot Ilford HP5 400 film in a medium-format Bronica SQ-A that is "from about '83, so it's been on the earth longer than me." His tripod lost a leg just before snapping this last photograph, at the end of a long night of shooting. You can see more of Ervin's photos at flickr.com/kohlton.
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