Studio 2.8 Documenting The 2020 Corona Virus Pandemic, Gallery of Homeless People During the Virus Crisis
The Studio 2.8 photography and videography service is producing photographs of the 2020 COVID19 corona virus pandemic, documenting the panic and crisis with extensive documentary photographs and video. The gallery of Studio 2.8 photography photos above, exams life for homeless people, photos of houseless people, living on the streets, some sleeping in tents, some sleeping on the sidewalks on little more than some cardboard with a blanket.
The photographs in this Studio 2.8 photo gallery include photographs of homeless people huddled in groups along downtown Seattle, WA sidewalks. The photographs in this Studio 2.8 photo gallery include photographs of the tents in which many area homeless people live and try to protect themselves from the Pacific Northwest's springtime cold and rain. The photographs in this Studio 2.8 photo gallery also includes photographs of homeless people who are so sick, so ill, so drug or alcohol addicted that they can be seen, for example, laying unconscious in downtown Seattle alleys.
While documenting the COVID19 virus crisis the Studio 2.8 photography team generally works to create photographs that avoid presenting the faces of people living on the street. However, on some occasions, some of the homeless people trying to survive on Pacific Northwest American streets actually ask to be photographed by the Studio 2.8 photography team.
The Studio 2.8 photography and video production service is producing, hopefully unique and insightful, documentary photojournalistic perspectives on the impact of the COVID-19 virus crisis that other media does not appear to be producing to an equal extent. The otherwise once in a century social, economic, and medical, calamity created by the COVID19 virus panic, pandemic, crisis, and near worldwide shutdown/lockdown, appears to be unprecedented in recent human history. Please enjoy perusing the Studio 2.8 photographs here and throughout the Studio 2.8 photography website, to gain unique viewpoints, and acquire the unusual perspectives, that documentary photojournalism provides in ways that don't often appear of much interest to traditional press, news, or media.