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Colored Contact Lenses and Daily Disposal Contact Lenses at LensCrafters

How many of you guys wear clear or color contacts? I do! Every year I go for an eye exam (it’s recommended!) to see if my prescription has changed and to check if my eyes are healthy. This year I was invited to LensCrafters, they have a dedicated doctor’s office inside some of their locations and extensive equipment to check the eyes, for an exam and to try on their contacts. Happy to report that all is well with my eyes and they are healthy.I normally don’t wear my prescription eyeglasses...

Interview: Color Blind Photographer Reveals How He Overcomes His Chromatic Condition

Photographer Cameron Bushong realized at a young age that he was color blind. While it was often a hindrance for him, the condition has made a big impact on how he pursues his passion for photography. Cameron has red/green color blindness, and it dulls the vividness of everyday life; it's as the world's saturation has been softened, with a slight green hue added to all that he sees. But despite these challenges, Cameron prefers to work in color for his portraits and landscapes. He has adapted...

Color Infrared For Landscape And Urbanscape

2017-05-2415ShareTweetA long-time fan of plastic cameras, Argentinean writer and photographer Lorraine Healy is the author of “Tricks With A Plastic Wonder,” a manual for achieving better results with a Holga camera. In this article, Healy explores the world of color infrared film and its somewhat steep learning curve.A different look at reality through color infrared 35mm film. The South Dakota Badlands (left), downtown Buenos Aires (center), and Greenbank farm on Whidbey Island...