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The Local Lens

Genre: Entertainment

Portraits of Winnipeg photographers showcasing their approach to capturing their world. We eavesdrop on them in the field or studio and we get to watch them enjoying their craft.

To watch The Local Lens:

If you are already a Bell Fibe TV customer, go to channel 1, or watch it on demand with the Bell Fibe TV App.

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Episodes

Episode 1

Jhoel Manalo - A portrait of Winnipeg photographer Jhoel Manalo showcasing his approach to capturing the world.

Episode 2

Lesley Nakonechny - A portrait of Winnipeg photographer Lesley Nakonechny showcasing her approach to capturing the world.

Episode 3

Leif Norman - A portrait of Winnipeg photographer Leif Norman showcasing his approach to capturing the world.

Episode 4

Signy Thorsteinson - A portrait of Winnipeg photographer Signy Thorsteinson showcasing her approach to capturing the world.

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