photo by Carolyn Drake  the ladies look so calm and relaxed, ignoring Drake as if she isn't there.  also this image is very depressing, the cold tone of the wall in the background work well to emphasis that

photo by Carolyn Drake the ladies look so calm and relaxed, ignoring Drake as if she isn't there. also this image is very depressing, the cold tone of the wall in the background work well to emphasis that

photo by Carolyn Drake  i like this because i really want to caption it " the dictator"  also i wonder how she would have captured the children faces, they look so genuine. she would have to have been there for a while and gained their trust for her to become invisible

photo by Carolyn Drake i like this because i really want to caption it " the dictator" also i wonder how she would have captured the children faces, they look so genuine. she would have to have been there for a while and gained their trust for her to become invisible

photo by Carolyn Drake  i like how she's used a window to frame her subject but not just framed is as the one window frame, she's included the sides of the other frames, sort of like a film strip

photo by Carolyn Drake i like how she's used a window to frame her subject but not just framed is as the one window frame, she's included the sides of the other frames, sort of like a film strip

photo by Carolyn Drake  i like the because of the repetition of the same outfit worn by everyone

photo by Carolyn Drake i like the because of the repetition of the same outfit worn by everyone

photo by Carolyn Drake  i like how she's got the highlight coming through the doorway and then the darkness on the shelves. i just find the green a little distracting.

photo by Carolyn Drake i like how she's got the highlight coming through the doorway and then the darkness on the shelves. i just find the green a little distracting.

phot by Paul Graham   i don't know what to say about this, maybe i just wish i knew more about the context other than ' beyond caring'

Paul Graham Beyond Caring Bart Sorgedrager's Choice of Company Photobooks Photography

Photo By Paul Jeffers  i love the composition, how he's framed them in the background and the light shining on him. it makes me think he is going to kill the sheep

Photo By Paul Jeffers i love the composition, how he's framed them in the background and the light shining on him. it makes me think he is going to kill the sheep

Photo By Paul Jeffers  at first i thought it was a boring cliche call centre photo with people at every computer working through the night. but then i realised on guys is asleep and one computer is vacant. making me question was the other person sleeping at their desk too and did they go home or go to a bed?

Vicki Webster, Griffith University and Paula Brough, Griffith University In Australia, workplace health and safety legislation effectively holds employers responsible for ensuring the emotional, psychological and physical wellbeing of employees.

Photo By Paul Jeffers  i like how he's normalised the call centre workers, shown a side to them that we would all love to do in our jobs

Photo By Paul Jeffers i like how he's normalised the call centre workers, shown a side to them that we would all love to do in our jobs

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