by Rachel Oakley in New Photography on Wednesday 15 January 2014

Not being able to distinguish green from red or magenta from grey never stopped Kilian Schönberger from becoming an extraordinary photographer. This colorblind photographer is based in Cologne, Germany and creates amazing pictures from all over the world, including countries such as Iceland, Norway, Scotland, and Italy.

Spending weeks in remote areas taking photos, Schönberger concentrates on ‘the structure of an image’ instead of separating singular colors as a regular photog would. And the motivation behind his work, he says, is to ‘create places where the visitor can put his mind at rest’.

Via Business Insider