or simply impressed me and I think they deserve more attention.
Enjoy them, comment on them and remember to visit the photographers' galleries as well.
If you like what you see, this article
so it can reach as many deviants as possible.
Murphy's Law applied to street photography
'If anything can go wrong, it will'.
Street photography's first corollary
When the unique happening happens...your camera is at home.
When the unique happening happens...you forgot the memory card (film).
When the unique happening happens...you'll manage to accidentally delete the image.
The probability of anything happening is in inverse ratio to its desirability and to the time you spent waiting for it.
Street photography's second corollary
If you have your camera, nothing interesting will happen.
The best focal length for a photo coincides with the lens you left at home.
Murphy's law applied to the "decisive moment"
The decisive moment always happens when you are looking away.
The decisive moment always happens when you are not ready.
The decisive moment always happens when you are changing the batteries.
The decisive moment always happens at the other side of the street.
The decisive moment always happens when you are setting the camera.
The decisive moment always happens when your battery just died.
The decisive moment always happens when your memory card (film) is full.
The decisive moment always happens when you have to pee.
Street photography's constants
If somebody can walk in your frame and ruin it, he will.
A car/bus will always pass in front of your subject when you're taking the shot.
If you are trying to blend in the crowd, you will meet somebody you know.
Weather never collaborates.
Light never collaborates.
Buildings never collaborate.
People never collaborate.
Billboards never collaborate.
Details never collaborate.
Colors never match.
People will remain in the best position for your photo until you are ready to take the photo. In that moment, they will decide to move.
Street photography's postulates
Auto Focus - won't
Hyper Focus - won't
Long life batteries - aren't
Hip shots will invariably cut your main subject.
Hip shots are irresistibly attracted by the floor.
There is no such thing as a straight horizon line.
Most street photos requires three hands.
Your best street photos will be made by mistake.
For every frame, there is an equal and opposite criticism.
For every street photo there is somebody that won't understand it.
For every vision, there is an equal and opposite revision.