The focus of Jeannette Klute’s career at Eastman Kodak Company was on new discoveries in color photography, in particular, the Dye Transfer color process. Klute adopted the laborious Dye Transfer process in the interest of highlighting landscape and natural settings. She promoted environmental concerns in her views, joining a small group of landscape modernists including Elliot Porter, who chose the new aesthetics of advanced color technology over the conventional appearance of black and white nature settings. The release of this new title illuminates a particular period in twentieth-century American photography, accompanied by fine examples of Klute’s work. Her photographs are held by a small number of American collections in the U.S., and the RIT Archive Collections at Rochester Institute of Technology contains the largest holding of her lifelong work.