The site also includes ”raking-light close-ups” on surface defects on the print, graphs detailing the X-ray fluorescence (XRF) spectrometry analysis of the paper, which determines it’s makeup, and scans of the image in context, i.e. the newspaper articles reporting the alleged teenage murder’s crime in this case. If I wanted to explore more about the artist, I could view a timeline mapping Weegee’s life—where he lived and worked. I could also generate a visualization of his connections to other artists through work, travel, publication, and associations with schools and institutions. I could compare his printing, mounting, and retouching techniques against the dominant trends of the era, year by year, and so on. In short, it is quite the rabbit hole.