Photographer Tara Miller lost most of her vision in high school, Chinta Puxley writes in the Toronto Star. She put her camera away.
But years later Miller picked up a camera again and "used her keen hearing, the feeling of the lens focusing on a subject and even her sense of smell to frame an image."
Miller is one of the artists featured in an exhibition in Winnipeg titled “Sight Unseen: International Photography by Blind Artists,” with more than 100 works by visually impaired photographers.
Some of the artwork is embedded with Braille; some has audio to explain the work to those without vision and some incorporates 3D printing technology.
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