Annie Leibovitz occupies an original position in the history of photography. The lexicon wouldn't be the same, without her keen, well-known presence. As we witness the unprecedented democratization of photography, Leibovitz offers a candid portrayal of the age of the digital image. Digital photography, with it's ability to allow us to, "see into the corners", and offer a "whole new darkroom" experience, lends itself to an appreciation for the art of photography. In this remarkable, if not unsteady interview, Leibovitz offers insights into the medium that captures her light. Her turn, towards landscapes and still-lifes, precipitated by Sontag but inspired by her children, animates that childlike wonder to see the world anew. Opening up the theater of life, to the aperture in your back pocket.