This series of photographic prints is an ongoing exploration of light, as both a material and a subject matter, as well as an investigation into the merging of digital and traditional photographic processes. The prints are intrinsically tied to their own making and to the fundamental materiality of photography. The source material is a collection of low-resolution digital photographs taken of building windows, which were then cropped and enlarged in the darkroom in order to lay bare the essential construction of the photograph. A close examination of the C-prints reveals a pattern of enlarged ink dots, a residue of their former digital source. In essence, this is light’s interpretation of ink’s interpretation of light.