Isaiah 49:3,5-6; Psalms 40:2,4,7-10; ! Corinthians 1:1-3; John 1:29-34
Recently, HBO aired a documentary featuring three very talented and interesting photographers. The first, Henry Butler, is also a world renowned pianist. Butler’s unique approach to photography is owed in part to his theory that “everything gives off vibrations,” as he says — and that is what helps him choose his subject matter.
The second, Bruce Hall, specializes mostly in underwater photography. He says that his work provides him with a sort of personal therapy. His latest project involves taking pictures of his autistic twin boys.
The third photographer, Pete Eckert, uses a technique he calls “painting with light.” For Eckert, “photography isn’t a hobby, it’s an obsession. It’s something I have to do,” he says.
Based on that short description, it sounds like an interesting film about three very interesting artists, doesn’t it? But the clue to what moves this documentary from the realm of the interesting into the arena of the incredible is contained in the title: “Dark Light. The Art of BLIND…