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Photographer’s beautifully lit portraits make us see the humanity in homeless people

Photographer’s beautifully lit portraits make us see the humanity in homeless people

“When something is underexposed, it means it’s lacking light; there are few details in the shadows” Aaron Draper

Living on the streets can render people down on their luck invisible, with many of us are sheepishly avoiding their gaze to avoid discomfort. Photographer Aaron Draper’s Underexposed series aims to make us look at homeless people, presenting them in a way that is as visually appealing as possible.

Inspired by the disparity between rich and poor that John Steinbeck addressed in Of Mice and Men, Draper began taking beautifully lit portraits of California’s homeless, ” I hope to enable people to gain a more humane view of the homeless,” he writes on his website.

 

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