I really enjoyed the show " Light, Paper, Process : Reinventing Photography " that is currently running at the Getty Center in Los Angeles. The show isn't about photography so much as it is about creative work done with the photographic process. I especially found interesting the prints from 100 year old film that was recently developed and printed. The images were very moody. I also kept going back to the color prints that had the emulsion scrapped during and after processing. Made me think of the work of Gerhard Richter. Modern photography can be so repetitive that much of this work seemed more alive. A very good show. The exhibit runs through September 6.