Quote Originally Posted by benjiboy View Post
P.S my street photography pisses off my wife who can't understand why I "waste film taking pictures of people I don't even know"
She doesn't get it. I would suggest educating her on street photography, if she is open-minded to learning about it.

If you can get hold of a copy of the book, Street Photography Now - that might be a good place to start. Of course, any book of Henri Cartier-Bresson's work is the gold standard of street photography.

If you subscribe to LFI magazine or can find back issues at your library, there's usually some good to great street photography in every issue. You can subscribe or get back issues here http://www.lfi-online.de/ceemes//pag..._language__=en

Funny thing - I didn't use to get street photography either. Last Saturday, I shot three rolls of Tri-X doing street photography at the local farmer's market.

Street photography will get in your blood like that.