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Tommy Edison (The Blind Film Critic) Explains How Blind People Use Instagram

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Tommy Edison has been blind since birth and is currently on a mission to describe his experiences through narrative and video.

He's explained how he uses an ATM, how he describes colors, and how the blind can organize and keep track of their money. He's also reviewed a number of boxoffice flicks as "the Blind Film Critic."

This week, Edison showed his audience how he uses Instagram.

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You can follow Edison at @blindfilmcritic on Instagram and check out his reviews on his Blind Film Critic Facebook page and website.

The Blind Film Critic is hosted by Tommy Edison and produced/directed/edited by Ben Churchill.

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