Here’s How People With Tritanopia See The World

This photographer from Italy illustrates how colorblind people with Tritanopia see the world by simulating the view through his photos.

Tritanopia is a condition where person cannot differentiate between blue and yellow colors. But people with this disorder have normal red and green vision. Tritanopia is commonly referred to as color blindness.

From Florence to the forest of Sila, in Calabria, and from the Three Peaks of Lavaredo to the Lake of Braies, David Sasso took these photos to show to everyone how a colorblind sees the world.


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