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When you look at a photograph nicely framed in a home or a gallery, have you ever thought about what goes into creating it? Before there were pixels, memory cards and inkjet printers, photographers processed their film and paper using chemicals in a darkroom.

In his exhibition “Icons of Obsolescence”, which was at the National Gallery of Canada, Montreal, photographer Michel Campeau traveled the world and turned on the lights to photograph the magical rooms used to bring photographs to life.

In this episode of Photo Kibitz, Michel and I discuss his photographic career, which spans more than 40 years, his exhibition and photography as art.

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