Street photography is a precursor to modern photojournalism and has its roots within the humanist school. It was originally a way of documenting the real life around us in a completely objective way. Pretty soon the streets were filled with photographers dancing in and out of the crowds, trying to get that one shot of human behavior. A study in truth, behavior, and the very essence of being human. All these things are important in street photography. This is the kind of photography I like to look at, but more importantly love to shoot. I approach shooting humans much like a wildlife photographer would a elusive deer: Silent and quick.
Here are some examples of my street work