Taking breath-taking pictures of landscapes, or any quality photography at all, surely requires a good set of eyes, you would think.
Because you need perspective, you need visual stimuli you would say. If someone can’t see properly, he has to be limited to a world where no camera has a real meaning for him you would argue.
But you don’t know, how wrong you can be. Meet Tray Ratcliff, an photographer, who can see only on one eye.
In his own words: “I grew up blind in one eye and this might have changed the way I view the world. I don’t know. It’s hard to be objective about the way one’s brain was wired. My background is in computer science and math, so I bring an algorithm-like process to capturing the scene in such a way that it evokes memories in a palpable manner. Whatever that means. My promise to you: One New Photo Every Day. Probably.”
via Stuck in Customs