BRIGHTON BLIND VETERANS UK PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP


05/05/16


I was invited to host a studio and landscape photography workshop at the Blind Veterans UK Brighton branch in Ovingdean. Technically I was deemed an advisor but the talent within the group quickly superseded any photographic advice I had to give. The experience confirmed my theory that it takes a lot more than 20/20 vision to make a good photographer.

To see some images from the workshop and more check out the Blind Veterans UK Photography Facebook Page or click on the links that will take you to some very talented, partially sighted photographers.

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Studio Workshop at Brighton Blind Veterans UK

Studio Workshop at Brighton Blind Veterans UK

Studio Workshop at Brighton Blind Veterans UK

Studio Workshop at Brighton Blind Veterans UK

Photographers Ray Munday and Mark Pile taking aim at Rottingdean Beach, Brighton.

Photographers Ray Munday and Mark Pile taking aim at Rottingdean Beach, Brighton.

Photographer Nick Barber has his view interrupted by Keith Harness's dog at Rottingdean Beach, Brighton.

Photographer Nick Barber has his view interrupted by Keith Harness's dog at Rottingdean Beach, Brighton.

Photographer Keith Harness looking down the jetty at Rottingdean Beach, Brighton.

Photographer Keith Harness looking down the jetty at Rottingdean Beach, Brighton.


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