Chris McCaw’s Making Time at Yossi Milo Gallery showcases the process based artist polarized photographs. McCaw captures the phenomenon of the midnight sun descending over a span of up to 24 hours in the Alaskan summer using specialized large format cameras. The process, which registers directly onto the photo paper, burns holes directly through it as a result of overexposure. McCaw captures the movement of the sun in a reverse polarization to create a ghostly celestial gray toned image. Filled with over 35 pieces, this exhibition took years in the making and effectively displays the artist’s unique take on the traditional B & W photographic process.