Imagem na horizontal , retrato de meio corpo, fazendo a leitura da esquerda para direita, jornalista vestindo camiseta polo azul, ao meio eu com colete beje sobre camisa polo vermelha segurando duas câmeras profissionais e à direita, fotógrafo com colete verde aberto sobre camisa polo preta. Ao fundo, parede com a logomarca dos jogos Rio 2016, nas cores verde escuro, verde claro, azul e branco.

João Maia segurnado uma camera profissional de blusa vermelha e colete marrom entre 2 homens o da esquerda é moreno veste blusa azul e usa um óculos e o da direita  possui barba branca veste blusa preta e um colete verde

Meet Joao Maia, the visually impaired photographer breaking boundaries at the Paralympics

You’d be forgiven for thinking it was just the athletes who were providing the inspiration in Rio this summer.

But if you were to look to the sidelines, taking pictures of the athletes throughout the Paralympic Games is Joao Maia, the first visually impaired photographer to officially cover the event.

Maia can see only around a metre in front of him. With his vision blurred and coloured, he often asks people nearby to describe the scene around him.

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Maia says that colour contrast is hugely important to him, joking that people in yellow swimming caps make him happy.

The result is some stunning photography.

Supremely impressive work, Joao.

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