Shot, less in the dark

OK, here’s what we’re all about: Alex Dejong, a professional photographer with acquired blindness, figured out how to use the VoiceOver speech output feature in the latest iPhone to access photo editing applications, eliminating the need to hire an assistant. Says Dejong, “Even if I don’t see the output myself, I still want to have my hand in everything that I do as a photographer.”

Wired: Blind Photographers Use Gadgets to Realize Artistic Vision

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