Bruce Hall and Corinne Marrinan

A Conversation About the Film Dark Light: The Art of Blind Photographers


AIRED ON: Feb 4, 2010

Bruce Hall and Corinne Marrinan discuss Hall's use of macro photography and technology to observe, perceive and capture his impressions underwater.


Bruce Hall has been a scuba diver and underwater photographer since 1983. Macro, or close-up, photography enables Hall, who is legally blind, to identify specific features of plant and animal life living along the southern California coastline as well as to study and to enjoy the undersea world after he has left it.

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