Homeless they are named are called, Aaron Draper is an incredible photographer who loves to capture the visually appealing side of these homeless people. In this mind blowing photo series, Aaron has captured these people at their natural habitat, Yes mostly roadside platforms but with full of life, character and above all stunning light. Take a look at these wonderful photographs and feel the real attitude and character of these people.
“The goal of Underexposed is to make the homeless as visually appealing as possible in a society that is visually demanding”
“When it comes to social activism, you achieve greater public awareness by communicating hope as opposed to hopelessness”
“I use lighting as a way to interest the viewer in the subjects shown in Underexposed”
“And that gives me hope”
“When something is underexposed, it means it’s lacking light; there are few details in the shadows”
“Using a strobe helps illuminate my subjects, bringing them into the light and out of the shadows for others to view and appreciate”
“If I’m able to affect the way that one person views the homeless, I will have considered my series a success”