6 of 7A portrait of Noam Chomsky, taken by Steve Pyke, who did his own printing for years and now works closely with a New York lab. Waiting overnight for contact sheets, "gives you an objectivity about what you shoot. It allows you to digest the session,” says Pyke. “I don't really want to see [the images] straight away. It's really important for the editing process to have a break" between shooting and looking at the results.