Polaroid Kidd's Photos of Drifters and Outcasts

Polaroid Kidd's Photos of Drifters and Outcasts

Mike Brodie, know to most as Polaroid Kidd, is an extraordinary self-taught photographer from Pensacola, FL. When Brodie was 18 he traveled across the U.S via the railway system (and not the legal way). On his 3 year journey Brodie took photographs with his Polaroid SX-70 of the people he encountered on the way. Brodie’s snap shots artfully capture a little know section of the American population in an honest and uninhibited way.

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Tags: photography, polaroid, punks, railways, trains, photo-journalism
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