Street Photography is a particularly popular form of photography these days, especially for owners of the micro four thirds cameras, or so it would seem. It’s not a form of photography that I have had a great deal of success, mainly because I don’t like shoving my lens into an unsuspecting victims face. In truth, and dependent on whether you take the clandestine long lens approach or the, much more decent, asking permission approach I find the whole talking to/engaging with strangers difficult. It’s something I know I have to work on if I am to improve this form of my photography.
These security people were chatting with some of the London Photowalk group.