Posts Tagged educational
Blinkie Night Workshop in Melbourne – Blinkie Photography – Andrew Follows persuaded 5 sighted photographers to put on funny glasses and experience the city at night as blind photographers.
Experience | The image museum – The Alinari National Museum of Photography in Florence includes the ‘Touch museum’, where there are photographs represented by relief tactile versions – open to blind and sighted people alike.
FAQ: How do Blind Photographers Know What They Are Shooting? | Blind Photographers – Tim O’Brien explains some techniques that could be used by blind photographers.
Fisheye Connect to Launch June 1st – PPA Today – connects photographers and aspiring photographers with professional workshops internationally. Search your geographical area or by subject matter.
Improve your photography without buying gear – Craft & Vision – – ebook with 50 blog entries on improving your photography by improving your mind. $5.
New AdoramaTV Educational Videos Enhance the Adorama Learning Center – StreetInsider.com – videos to make you a better photographer.
New Photographic Exhibition – Blinkie Photography – Andrew Followswill have his own exhibition November 1st to 6th 2010 at Fortyfive Downstairs Gallery, 45 Flinders Lane Melbourne. Opening Night will be on Wednesday 3rd November (huh?)
Passionate Focus and Chicago ROCKS – Blind Eye Photography – blind photographer selected for chicago exhibit.
Photographer’s Just Do It List « Dave Cross – the website – ideas to get your creativity going. One of the suggestions is shooting blind.
Share Your Vision with people who are blind or visually impaired and Wikiscribe It! – Sighted people are invited to describe images, sighted and blind people alike can take part in the wiki and react. Maybe useful for our own images as blind photographers?
[Video] TV Feature – Blind Photography.mov – documentary where several people from London and 2 others from Leicestershire (including yours truly) talk about their experiences of blind photography.
VISIONS Memorandum in Support of New York State Licensure – New York Vision Rehabilitation Association’s Blog » Blog Archive supports blind people in keeping up activities they followed when sighted, including photography.