Part of my “Poverty Series”
where I aim to tell the story of the homeless and the riff-raff. We are not that different.
The rest of the series is here
This is where street portraiture meets photojournalism.
This has become one of my iconic photos and it’s a personal fav.
His eyes still haunt me.
He’ll help you park your car for small change.
We talked for quite a while, I gave him cigarettes, money and breakfast.
Look how thin he is. You figure out the rest of his story.
Stop the prejudice.
This was taken with a Canon 450D. I so wish I had my 7D then, but only for size purposes. The 450D behaved very well here.
kit lens IS at 44mm
1/80 @ f 5.0
developed in Adobe LightRoom and CS4.
Thank you so much for watching.