Seeing In Latency

I take a TON of pictures. I went to Calgary recently to spend Canadian Thanksgiving with my family of friends and I took over 350 pictures. Thank god I don’t have to pay for developing 10 rolls of film.

I take the pictures so I can see the details of a scene later on. So I can understand the experience with some latency.

People give me grief because I shoot at a full 14 Mega Pixels. Well if I had 20 or above I’d shoot with all of them. It gives me the chance to see the subtle and sublime that I’d never experience in real time. If you have a DSLR sitting around that can shoot more than 20 Mega Pixels let me know.

Anyway its very cool. So if you see a blind man with a camera don’t shake your head. No I’m not crazy only very interested in the details of what’s going on around me.

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Kyle Bergum

About the Author:

Kyle has ocular albinism and has been legally blind since birth. Kyle leads a very active live and is besides his professional career involved in many projects for persons who are different.

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