As a rule, pictures of homeless people are made in black and white, which gives portraits more tragedy. However, the photographer Aaron Draper went the other way. In his project Underexposed, he showed people with failed fates in a hopeful light, namely with the help of colored and well-lit photos. The master tried to emphasize the dignity of the homeless, their boldness to look directly at the camera despite their social status. The goal of Aaron is to achieve changes from the public towards such people.

 

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