They say a picture is worth a thousand words. On the following pages you’l have access to a large portfolio of photos. On the one had you’ll see me up to all kinds of things getting into all kinds of mischief. On the other hand you’ll see the pictures I’ve taken from places that I’ve been enabling me to see in time.

Photography has become a much more powerful tool for me with the migration from 35mm film to digital images. I’m far enough away from photography to not know the “language” of the digital age but we’ll futz through that.

Seeing in time allows me to take a picture of something allowing me to look at the picture later on the computer to fill in the details that I missed in real time. I call it seeing in latency, sometimes the time between when I take the picture and when I get to see the picture of my BIG monitor is longer than I want. “Latency”, being the time between when the picture was taken and the picture observed on a large monitor.

Digital photography has significantly reduced the “latency” between the time of an experience when I take a picture and when I can fill in the details by looking at the pictures on the computer monitor. Digital imaging has also allowed me to enhance modify and manipulate the images to get more information out of them then I usually would have.

Almost everyday I’m ask, “what can I see?”, I’ve written about this before and since there is no common point of reference I continue not to have a good answer. I’ll continue to noodle that one and see what I can come up with. If you have any idea’s on how I can explain what I see, let me know. I’m not convinced but through these pictures you might get a sense of “what I see” and “how I see” the world. Enjoy

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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