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Blind Photographers Share Their World
The Mexico City foundation, "Ojos Que Sienten," or "Eyes That Feel," is helping visually impaired or blind people learn photography.
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Sept. 7: Jose Antonio Dominguez places the camera in his forehead as he prepares to take a photograph of his dog at a park in Mexico City Sept. 7, 2011. Dominguez is one of 30 visually impaired or blind people learning photography with the help of the Mexico City foundation Ojos Que Sienten, or Eyes That Feel. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)

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Sept. 7: Nancy Sarahi feels her camera as she prepares to take a photograph at a park in Mexico City. Sarahi is one of 30 visually impaired or blind people learning photography with the help of the Mexico City foundation Ojos Que Sienten, or Eyes That Feel. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)

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Sept. 7: Juan Antonio Hernandez tries to touch a flower in order to feel its's temperature and determine where the sunlight is hitting the flower as he prepares to photograph it at a park in Mexico City. Hernandez is one of 30 visually impaired or blind people learning photography with the help of the Mexico City foundation Ojos Que Sienten, or Eyes That Feel. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)

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Sep. 7: Blind photography students walk in a park during a photo hunting session at a park in in Mexico City Sept. 7, 2011. They are part of a group of 30 visually impaired or blind people learning photography with the help of the Mexico City foundation Ojos Que Sienten, or Eyes That Feel. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)

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Sep.7: Jose Antonio Dominguez places the camera under his nose as he prepares to take a photograph at a park in Mexico City Sept. 7, 2011. Dominguez is one of 30 visually impaired or blind people learning photography with the help of the Mexico City foundation Ojos Que Sienten, or Eyes That Feel. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)

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Sep. 7: Rodrigo Telon Yucute, a former guerrilla fighter during the civil war in the 1980's in his home country of Guatemala who lost his left forearm and his eyesight was destroyed after a land mine exploded beneath him, prepares to take a photograph of a a couple leaning back on a park bench in Mexico City Sept. 7, 2011. He is one of 30 visually impaired or blind people learning photography with the help of the Mexico City foundation Ojos Que Sienten, or Eyes That Feel. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)

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Sep. 7:  Blind people feel their cameras during a photography workshop at a park in Mexico City. They form part of a group of 30 visually impaired or blind people learning photography with the help of the Mexico City foundation Ojos Que Sienten, or Eyes That Feel. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)

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May 22: In this photo released by blind photographer Alberto Loranca, a toy wrestler stands in the shadows of a fence. Loranca is one of the 30 visually impaired or blind people learning photography with the help of the Mexico City foundation Ojos Que Sienten, or Eyes That Feel. (AP Photo/Alberto Loranca-Ojos que Sienten)

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Sep.7: Rodrigo Telon Yucute, a former guerrilla fighter during the civil war in the 1980's in his home country of Guatemala who lost his left forearm and his eyesight was destroyed after a land mine exploded beneath him, prepares to take a photograph of fellow blind friends at a park in Mexico City. He is one of 30 visually impaired or blind people learning photography with the help of the Mexico City foundation Ojos Que Sienten, or Eyes That Feel. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)

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Sept. 7: From left: Jesus Garcia, Jose Sebastian Ana Maria Fernandez and Rodrigo Telon, all blind photography students, work during a photo hunting session at a park in Mexico City. The four are part of a group of 30 visually impaired or blind people learning photography with the help of the Mexico City foundation Ojos Que Sienten, or Eyes That Feel. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)

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Sept. 7: Jose Antonio Dominguez places the camera in his forehead as he prepares to take a photograph at a park in Mexico City. Dominguez is one of 30 visually impaired or blind people learning photography with the help of the Mexico City foundation Ojos Que Sienten, or Eyes That Feel. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)

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Aug. 19: In this photo released by blind photographer Jose Sebastian, a sculpture next to Mexico City's Palace of Fine Arts and the Torre Latinoamericana building stand out against the skyline on Aug. 19, 2011. Sebastian is one of the 30 visually impaired or blind people learning photography with the help of the Mexico City foundation Ojos Que Sienten, or Eyes That Feel. (AP Photo/Jose Sebastian-Ojos que Sienten)

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Sept. 7: Jose Sebastian is photographed by Guatemala's Rodrigo Telon Yucute at a park in Mexico City, Sept. 7, 2011. Both photographer and subject form part of the group of 30 visually impaired or blind people learning photography with the help of the Mexico City foundation Ojos Que Sienten, or Eyes That Feel. Telon Yucute is a former guerrilla fighter who lost his left forearm and his eyesight after a land mine exploded beneath him during Guatemala's civil war in the 1980's. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Telon Yucute)

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Blind Photographers Share Their World

The Mexico City foundation, "Ojos Que Sienten," or "Eyes That Feel," is helping visually impaired or blind people learn photography.

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