Infrared Portraits Of Europe’s Homeless People During Winter

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Infrared Portraits Of Europe’s Homeless People During Winter
Infrared Portraits Of Europe's Homeless People During Winter
Infrared Portraits Of Europe’s Homeless People During Winter




These infrared portraits of Europe’s homeless people during winter time show us just how life is like for the less fortunate. Living on the streets is never easy, and when winter comes, life suddenly gets a whole lot more difficult.

‘Traces of Warmth’ is a photo series project created by photographer Grey Hutton. He is based in both London and Berlin and he decided to take his camera to the streets and photograph Europe’s homeless people who live in the two capital cities.

The series acts as a photo documentary that wants to show just how difficult life can be for some people and how they still manage to make it work. Even though Europe is considered the number 1 place for living in the world, there is always an unseen side to everything.

Infrared Portraits Of Europe's Homeless People During Winter
Infrared Portraits Of Europe’s Homeless People During Winter

“I wanted to get closer to these marginalized members of our society and, through their stories and my pictures, offer a new perspective on the realities of living on the streets in the unforgiving environments of Europe’s two largest economies,” Grey Hutton says.

“Using a state-of-the-art infrared camera that records human body temperature, I set out to create intimate and vivid images of those I met in their surroundings, illuminating the extremity of their living conditions in a way that the human eye cannot see.”

“It is my hope that by adding a new perspective to this growing problem, these images will act as a vivid reminder to some of our cities greatest failings, and perhaps encourage us to show a little more warmth to those members of our communities that are all-too-often overlooked,” he added.

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Outtake from my shoot with @nils_frahm for @intromagazin 👀

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