Guillermo Schöning


Colorblind Photographer

Being a colorblind photographer with Deuteranopia, a form of red-green colorblindness, adds a distinctive twist to the world of photography. While capturing the vibrant spectrum of colors might pose challenges, it also fuels a unique perspective. The ability to focus on textures, contrasts, and compositions without being swayed by traditional color norms can lead to striking and vibrant photographs. This condition doesn’t hinder creativity; it propels the colorblind photographer to explore the intricate interplay of light and shadow, unveiling a captivating and authentic visual narrative.

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