I have been negligent in posting other photographer's work on Wednesdays. So here I am, posting someone else's work on Wednesday. :-)
Eric Kim is predominantly a Street Photographer, doing candid work. Occasionally he does Street Portraiture, with permission. Here he gleans eight lessons from the work of Zoe Strauss. Much of her portraiture work involves subjects in difficult social situations, and can make the viewer uncomfortable. Nevertheless, I find good food for thought here, and hopefully you will too. See Eric Kim's analysis HERE.