Disabled Photographers’ Society helping photographers with disabilities
November 25, 2017
The Disabled Photographers' Society was set up in 1968 in the United Kingdom.
The aim of the society is to help disabled people get involved in photography. Disabled Photographers' Society is working towards making the hobby of photography accessible to people with disabilities.
DPS has modified cameras so they can be used by the disabled
DPS has developed methods for accessible photography such as modifications in a camera to make it easily usable for disabled people.
The society is managed and run by volunteers who are disabled photographers themselves.
They also provide all kind of photography related information that is needed by people with disabilities.
Be it technical support, advice and even equipment are loaned out to encourage the disabled to pursue photography.
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