Charles Caito In Black And White
In the age of digital cameras there are few “old time” photographers left. Happily, one of the few lives in Vero Beach.
St. Peter’s Church of Church Knowle, platinum print. It was winter when Charles snapped the shutter on this scene, and the church was “ice cold.”
“It’s a race against time,” Charles Caito says. “You struggle to find film – they keep threatening to discontinue silver film and they’ve discontinued my favorite paper. Nothing’s going to be available anymore.” Charles is a photographer who still makes pictures using silver-based film and papers, commodities that are becoming increasingly rare in this digital age.
Read the entire article in the April 2011 issue