Gifted inventor and 3D printing give a photographer a second chance to pursue his passion



James Dunn is a 23-year-old photographer from England. He has a rare genetic disorder, epidermolysis bullosa, that prevents him from being able to use a camera in a traditional way. The condition makes his skin highly susceptible to developing painful blisters. In James' case, the condition led to his fingers fusing together, rendering him unable to manipulate camera controls.

Fortunately, the passionate photographer has been helped by the BBC program, “The Big Life Fix,” and an inventor named Jude Pullen. Pullen crafted the…

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