Children of the colour-blind island – in pictures

Pingelap, an island of Micronesia, has an unusually high percentage of inhabitants who see the world in black and white – due to a rare genetic condition called achromatopsia. Sanne De Wilde experimented with black and white and infrared photography to envisage how they see the world.

  • The Island of the Colorblind is at Paris Photo, 9-12 November.

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