Open Shutter is a traveling exhibition comprising 12 photographs taken by children and youth from California's Bay Area who are blind or visually impaired, paired with 6 prints by Irvine, California–based photographer Bruce Hall, who has received national recognition for his work and was born legally blind. Open Shutter also features 6 photographs (captured using a slow shutter speed on a digital single-lens reflex camera) documenting the same group of children and youth as they “drew” in the air with handheld light-emitting diode devices.
Ellsworth L. Behind the Camera, Children With Visual Impairments Make an Impression. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 2008;162(9):812. doi:10.1001/archpedi.162.9.812
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