Students photographing a Sandwell Visually Impaired member during a workshop with Karren Visser, 2020 © David Waldron Student, Ellie from Sandwell College is receiving training on how to guide a visually impaired person. Stephen from Sandwell Visually Impaired is wearing sight loss simulation glasses, 2020 © David Waldron.Karren Visser gives a talk on blind and visually impaired photography to Sandwell College students, 2020 © Multistory. Sandwell College student, Kish is photographing Terry from Sandwell Visually Impaired (SVI). Stephen, also from Sandwell Visually Impaired, photographed them using a large aperture so that Terry is blurred to try and give the impression of how Terry and he see their surroundings, 2020 © Stephen Keenan.Sandwell College student photographed Karren Visser with her white cane. Her intention in this image is to show how visually impaired people may experience light bright flashing light, as Karren had mentioned this in her workshop talk, 2020 © Rhianne Beetham.Participant Perm in a Zoom meeting with photographer Karren, and Becky and Jess from the Multistory team.Karren Visser at the swimming pool in the Portway Lifestyle Centre in Oldbury. She’s with the Sandwell College students (Kish is visible in the shot) attending an SVI aquafit class, 2020 © David Waldron.Student, Ellie from Sandwell College is receiving training on how to guide a visually impaired person. Stephen from Sandwell Visually Impaired is wearing sight loss simulation glasses, 2020 © David Waldron.Students and staff from the Photography Department at Sandwell College and the Multistory team are receiving training from SVI on how to support visually impaired people. Here, Tony, the Chair of Sandwell Visually Impaired and his colleagues are presenting to the group, 2020. © David Waldron.