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Homeless people portraits minus the stereotype. Rosie Holtom

Photographer Rosie Holtom uses positive imagery instead of the usual poverty porn in her photographs featuring homeless individuals. A long-time volunteer

The faces of homelessness – Jan Banning Dutch photographer Jan Banning combined powerful political themes and an exceptional feeling for portraits. His story is the story of homeless people from Americas south. The series began in 2010 when Jan was invited, by Columbia’s 701 Center for Contemporary Art, to create a series of homeless portraits.

The faces of homelessness – Dutch photographer Jan Banning - series of homeless portraits

POWERFUL STORY  Jason: “It depends on how they do it [meth]. Now somebody that shoots it in the vein can basically…it can last up to three days to four days and…I’m talking about you’re going on for days…No sleep for three days. That's how I did my paralegal work."

POWERFUL STORY Jason: “It depends on how they do it [meth]. Now somebody that shoots it in the vein can basically…it can last up to three days to four.

‘Down and Out in the South’ – studio portraits of the homeless by photographer Jan Banning

Photographer Jan Banning explores the issue of homelessness in a series of studio portraits called "Down and Out in the South.

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Slide Show: Martin Schoeller’s Portraits - The New Yorker - Steve Carell, Van Nuys, 2009

Pastry Cook, August Sander. "August Sander is considered by many photographers to be the father of the modern portrait. He's influenced the likes of Diane Arbus, Irving Penn, and Walker Evans." http://minnesota.publicradio.org/display/web/2008/03/20/augustsander/

August Sander - Pastry Cook, "August Sander is considered by many photographers to be the father of the modern portrait. He's influenced the likes of Diane Arbus, Irving Penn, and Walker Evans.

frieke janssens – smoking kids

Frieke Janssens’ “Smoking Kids” Series I connect to this series. It scares me, which is the reaction many people had to my own children's series when hung in public.

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