On Today’s Show: Leica, Sebastião Salgardo, Helmut Newton and Art Photography in the Age of Instagram; Gay Marriage and the Restyling of an Institution

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Sebastião Salgado, Kafue National Park (Elephant against light), Zambia. 2010. Gelatin silver print. ©Amazonas Images. Courtesy of Peter Fetterman Gallery. (The original image is no longer available, please contact KCRW if you need access to the original image.)

On today’s DnA, photography that’s meant to last in an age of Instagram and Snapchat. We look at Leica’s effort to woo “photographers that are actually printing their work,” as well as two LA shows of master black/white photographers with very different visions of humanity: Sebastião Salgardo and Helmut Newton. With James Agnew, Peter Fetterman, Patricia Lanza and David Fahey. Plus, what does the expansion of gay marriage mean for the design of weddings? Shai Tertner talks about restyling an institution.