Mexico City Soundscapes - Blind and Visually Impaired Photo Workshop Projects

I'm sharing my latest audio slide-show production: a story photographed and recorded by four blind and visually impaired photographers showcasing the sounds of Mexico City's streets related to trades that are slowly but surely disappearing. The project was proposed by Gerardo Ramirez, who worked with his fellow students from the Sight of Emotion organization, Edgar Angeles, Jose Sebastian Munoz and Miguel Fabian. I edited the audio and photos and produced the audio-slide show. 

To see the audio slideshow click here:

Also I want to share some pictures of the photographers working on this project.
Gerardo Ramirez, left, and Jose Sebastian, right, record the sound of the "Camotero," 
who sells sweet potatoes and bananas from his cart.
Edgar Angeles, right, speaks with Jose Sebastian as they take pictures for the project.
Edgar Angeles, right, and Jose Sebastian take pictures of the organ grinder.
Gerardo Ramírez, Miguel A. Fabian and Edgar Angeles pose on the set 
of a street photographer outside Our Lady of Guadalupe Basilica.

Edgar Angeles sits on a plastic horse as he jokes with his walking stick 
on the set of a street photographer outside Our Lady of Guadalupe Basilica.
Similar to this project, I've collaborated with other blind and visually impaired photographers from Sight of Emotion, such as My Eyes, The Fighter, Organ Grinder and Riding Blind.

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