You don’t have to see the world to capture it.

Grazing. Photograph: Tammy Ruggles
Grazing. Photograph: Tammy Ruggles

TAMMY RUGGLES has been a legally blind fine art photographer since 2013 with the help of a point-and-shoot digital camera set on auto, a 47-inch computer monitor, and remaining vision.

Black and white is her preferred style, as she sees best in high contrast. Born with RP, she wants to enjoy this art form while her vision holds out at this level.

Side of the Mountain. Photograph: Tammy Ruggles
Side of the Mountain. Photograph: Tammy Ruggles

Some of her work has been featured in international literary journals, art magazines, and photography publications around the world, and her story was featured by AOLRise, ViralVent, GoodNewsNetwork, IJ Review, LiftBump, and other media outlets.

Her first group photography exhibit could be in August of this year at the Art Beyond Boundaries gallery in Cincinnati, and her hope is to have her work invited to additional exhibits by other galleries in the future.

Sunset. Photograph: Tammy Ruggles
Sunset. Photograph: Tammy Ruggles

Tammy’s portfolio can be viewed at DeviantArt.com, and you can Friend her at Facebook or follow her on Twitter.

Clouds. Photograph: Tammy Ruggles
Clouds. Photograph: Tammy Ruggles

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