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Glenn Capers

World Member, New York City


He's dressing for his second job. Some people in Dharavi have more than one job. Life is hard, and as long as you can endure it you survive. The moment you stop you starve and have to beg.

Comments 4

  • herzüberkopf 04/10/2012 15:10

    Great! I really like the natural-brilliant colors and the strong details in the background-pattern. Wish you many more of these impressing moments! Regards, Maja
  • BRYAN CRUTE 04/05/2012 19:37

    Excellent portrait !
    At least he has work and can help feed his family

  • Paride Pierini 04/05/2012 17:05

  • s. sabine krause 04/05/2012 16:48

    great!! the rich colors are beautiful of course but what i like best about this shot is the interaction going on: between the young man dressing for his second job and his mother (?) that's seeing him off in the back. and between you and "the dresser". you and the mom… worlds and worlds of "emotional nuances"! in the face of the young man, for example, i see mischief, amusement, pride at being the center of attention. in the face of his beautiful mom: protectiveness towards her son, mild impatience ("what's this nuisance. who nees a photograph? better get going. don't be late!"), both kindness and strictness towards her son and the photographer ; )), a lot of guts and character, too! greetings, sabine.


Folders Streets of India
Clicks 554


Camera NIKON 1 V1
Lens 1 NIKKOR 10mm f/2.8
Aperture 5
Exposure time 1/125
Focus length 10.0 mm
ISO 200