Photography doesn’t understand disabled. Amazing examples.

A camera captures what it sees. Light, dark, jumping, sad and other behaviors or structures or make etc are non of its concerns. The photographer adjusts to produce a pleasing or surprising output. Period. Here are some good examples.

1. Cute little girl with painted hands


2. This stage show was performed by – ‘Ability Unlimited’

A voluntary, non-profit social service organization for differently abled persons. This organization works for recognizing, nurturing and enabling hidden potential and talents within differently abled youngsters.

Ability Unlimited - 2 by Sreekumar Mahadevan Pillai on 500px.com

3. Disabled man playing in wheelchair on beach

Disabled man playing in wheelchair on beach by Gable Denims on 500px.com

4. Lovely redhead

spring by Mihail Vinogradov on 500px.com

5. You can do anything IF you want it enough

You can do anything IF you want it enough by Danius Urbanas on 500px.com

6. After arriving at the top of this slimy little mountain snowy, the first thing that jumped to mind was: Goal! The prize of course is this beautiful landscape.

"Traguardi" by David Bonaventuri on 500px.com

7. Last straight Line before the end in the London Marathon 2015

London Marathon 2015 (2) by Adrien Ledoux on 500px.com

8. True love

True love by Sharon Gabay on 500px.com

9. SuperEroi

SuperEroi by Alessandro Crusco on 500px.com

10. “Camp No Limits” in Idaho with family and some incredible kids, all are amputees.

Camp No Limits by Rick Takagi on 500px.com

Source: 500px.com

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