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This website, in the vast world of internet, is a little place of mine in which I freely share my ideas on various topics that I find interesting and worth sharing. At the moment, topics are not focused; they range from photography to free sources of internet. However, it is a reflection of my own background, so it makes sense in itself. I’ve studied philosophy at Boğaziçi University and did my master in Sociology. Meanwhile, I followed my interest in media arts and worked as a freelancer in media production including directing and taking photos for various occasions. I am mostly active on Instagram so you can catch up with me there. I walk around the streets of Istanbul, visit museums, take photos and share them.

There are lots to write on this website; important notes on the books I read, the historical background of the places I visit, inspirational works of artists, truly great sources on the internet that you can utilize from etc. I hope to create time for all of it. Meanwhile, feel free to share your thoughts, criticisms or suggestions under the articles I post..

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May 23, 2017

Seeing With Photography

Seeing With Photography

I get mailings once a week from a digital publication called Narratively. Among all the mailings I get, Narratively always captures my attention with its interesting and original headlines. This week I saw this headline called “The Blind Photographers Club.” It was written by Bob Socha who is an award-winning filmmaker, photographer, editor, and teacher. Those who are interested in seeing his works can check the website bobsacha.com

Bob mentions a short film called “Blindsight.” The film captures the collaboration of visually impaired and sighted photographers while taking photos, expressing their own vision. I am adding the video right below, it is just about 6 minutes and definitely worth watching.

This is a New York based collective called Seeing With Photography. On their website, you can see the various projects they did. There are self-portraits, stitched photos, polaroids and so on. The result is quite impressive and as an independent photographer, I find the whole concept very refreshing and transformative.

Here are some of the photos I chose for you:

All photos belong to Seeing With Photography Collective. To see more check the website seeingwithphotography.com or visit their flickr account flickr.com/seeingwithphotography.

 

 

 

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