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  #159 Tools of the Trade
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Nate's bucket       ©2015 dk
Olympus E-M5       14th place, 66 points
1/59s, f5, ISO 320, 58mm, Aperture Priority, Pattern, no flash
 
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      Extra Info: Nate told me he regularly changes his location (partly for safety reasons), but on this day when I first met him, he sat with his "bucket" on the side of a church.
 
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dk
Jun 22, 2015
    No one should be taken advantage of whether fortunate or not so. Rest easy Jade O, the right thing was done.

Jade O.
Jun 22, 2015
    I always feel better when the notes say you got his consent. A public space is a public space but when shooting anyone identifiable in less fortunate circumstances, I always feel it best to accord them the dignity of getting their consent.

Amberbug
Jun 22, 2015
    Sad but true. Nice exposure, composition.

forkcandles
Jun 22, 2015
    the black and white certainly emphasis his situation
good street shot

Lo
Jun 22, 2015
    This is a beautiful portrait - great detail, interesting subject, and a great choice for B&W. The bucket is perfect for the theme.

Mepo
Jun 21, 2015
    Well done study of an unattractive subject.

aoc46
Jun 21, 2015
    Striking image, well composed and executed. Though not the sort of tool I had in mind, it still qualifies. Very creative thinking.

aKilter
Jun 20, 2015
    Nice sharp, and well exposed image. The reflections on the glasses are the only thing that detracts, somewhat. That said, I'm not too sure about the choice of "tool". I think of it as more receptacle than tool, as it really doesn't "do" anything and almost anything could take its place.
Edited on Jun 21, 2015

Elyod
Jun 20, 2015
    A great "life study", well photographed, but IMO the plastic bottle doesn't translate well as a tool.

SteveBee
Jun 19, 2015
    Nice shot. Thematically, a 'beg' stretch.
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