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Getting a feeling for photography
A man in a backwards baseball cap faces away from the camera. He holds a large telephoto zoom lens and is poised to take a picture.A professional photographer who has lost most of his sight is using his skills and knowledge of the industry to help other visually impaired people appreciate photography.

He takes photos and then prints them onto aluminium boards with a special ink. When the ink dries, it gives the picture texture which allows those who are visually impaired to feel the contours and shape of the image to literally “get a feeling for his work”.

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