There are some wonderful photographs on exhibit in suburban Chicago — all taken by children with autism or other special needs.
A special photo exhibit featuring art created by autistic children is on display in Hinsdale.
The exhibit, Kids with Cameras, had the children capture the world the way they see it.
Jack Ebert, a suburban photographer and father of a son with autism, started a photography program for children with special needs in Hinsdale. He developed and framed each child’s photograph to display and sell at the third annual art show in his studio.
“It’s inspired them to be able to see things differently,” said Ebert.