Dark Light: The Art of Blind Photographers

Trailer courtesy HBO Documentary Films

Last night HBO premiered the documentary film, Dark Light: The Art of Blind Photographers.  Directed by legendary Sports Illustrated and Time photographer Neil Leifer, the film seeks to “explore the creativity of innovative artists who transcend their physical limitations,” and spotlights three photographers—Pete Eckert, Henry Butler and Bruce Hall—who have taken up the art of photography for a variety of personal and creative reasons, despite their unique circumstances. The film also features interviews with well-known professional photographers, including: Harry Benson and David Burnett. For more information on the documentary, and to see the schedule of when you might be able to catch it again, click here.

(via Flavorwire)


2 Responses to “Dark Light: The Art of Blind Photographers”

  1. richard olderman says:

    When will the dvd Dark Light; The Art of Blind photographers be available for purchase? Richard

  2. @Richard- I’m not sure about the DVD. You might want to check back on the official website (linked above) in a while to see if they’ve updated their shop or give further information. Thank you for stopping by DP!

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