Before digital photography, photographs had to be printed from negatives using [[chemicals]] to develop the images. This process was highly controlled and needed to take place in complete [[darkness]].

War Photographer starts with a photographer in his darkroom, developing photographs of a [[war]]. The peace and quiet of the setting are [[contratsed]] with the horrific scenes of conflict contained in his photographs and [[memories]]. He thinks about the [[suffering]] he witnessed as the images gradually appear on the paper.

Which structural feature is used at the end of every sentence?

What is the last word in the poem?

Where will the picture be printed?

What 'G' is how the poet describes the person in the photograph?

What 'R' is how the poet describes England?

Name three places the War Photographer has been.

What colour is the light of the room?

Where does the poem take place?