For this Sepia Saturday Suggestion
It's a busy city sidewalk. The itinerant street photographer snaps the passing walker, hands out a card with a number on it. The walker stops by the shop the next day to pick up the candid print. Would it be possible to make a living at this today? Probably not.
So today for Sepia Saturday, lets look at some photographs taken by a photographer out to make a buck, of people who weren't necessarily wanting a photograph at that moment.
Can't get enough?
The Itinerant Beach Photographer
Now, walk on back to the Sepia Saturday home page... Just to see where it goes!
(And pick up your picture tomorrow after nine.)
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