At 10:30am sharp I knocked on the door and was greeted by Steve Lukasik who quickly told me to come on in. From the moment I stepped in the door the photography lessons began. Steve and his brother Bill Lukasik have been professional photographers for over fifty years. The walls of their home are covered with beautiful photography, plaques, ribbons, and awards the brothers have accumulated over the years. I had met Steve and Bill earlier in the year to get permission to use some of their photography for the documentary. Steve was one of the first photographers on the scene when the cave-in at the Knox mine occurred followed by Bill shortly there after. So we set up the cameras and the brothers told us about their experience shooting the disaster and rescue. Steve was especally interested in our camera equipment, and admits he’s been thinking about going digital.