I have what’s known as Deutan colour blindness, which is a stronger deficiency in my eyes’ green colour cones resulting in a type of red-green colourblindness. Although it comes up every now and then, I hadn’t thought deeply about what this means for me as a photographer. It might happen subconsciously, but this condition likely affects how I make many decisions in photography. In My Eyes was a way to finally explore my colour blindness in depth. I started by experimenting with the colour mixer in Lightroom, so that shades of green and blue were almost indistinguishable for me, but probably clear for others. This quickly led into a much crazier exploration of colour, resulting in a variety of images that investigate how colour works and how we perceive it.