Christopher Burkett has spent four decades photographing landscapes with a large format film camera. It’s no easy feat. Burkett has to lug the large camera around, struggle with depth of field and battle motion blur.
But Burkett’s biggest challenge is a looming deadline: the moment he runs out of his 10 year supply of Cibachrome paper.
The NewsHour documents Burkett’s work, his printing process and the bittersweet reality that he will soon be closing the lights in his darkroom for the last time.
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By: Henry Adams, Case Western Reserve University The recent toppling of a string of powerful figures for sexual abuse and harassment raises the question of how these people managed to conceal their behavior so long, in some instances after abusing hundreds of victims. Why didn’t the victims speak up? And why, when they did, was... More ›