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Photography for the blind lends creativity and a different type of visual on things sighted people overlook
An old style SLR camera sits on a wooden deskBob Lee recently spoke at TEDx Singapore to share how he teaches photography to blind and visually impaired students. While most of his students have limited or no vision, their photography skills are extraordinary and capture many of the daily items and experiences that many of us overlook.

In this video, he shares his story and displays photos from many of his students.

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How I teach photography to the blind: Bob Lee at TEDxSingapore

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