For most people, operating a camera is a technical skill. For photographer Bill Starr, it’s a physical challenge.
Due to juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, his fingers on both hands are dislocated at the knuckle. But that doesn’t stop the 51-year-old from taking beautiful pictures. In fact, it informs his subjects.
“As someone with a body that works, in many ways, badly,” Starr says, “I am fascinated by the ways in which the human body works so well.”
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