He doesn’t try to conceal his day job or salary to his subjects and usually offers them some small form of compensation like $20, food, or cigarettes. He records their stories as they tell them to him and posts their images and captions online. A wealthy Wall Street trader slumming it in the Bronx every weekend photographing people who have hit rock bottom to “relax from the stress of the job” smacks of exploitation, or at the very least, poverty voyeurism. But Arnade makes no claim of being a photojournalist or even having an agenda. What do you think, is he helping to give a voice to forgotten populations or does a wealthy trader have no place taking photos of the downtrodden?