One thing that I really enjoy about street photography is the balls that it takes to pull the camera out and take the shots. Your images leave me with the feeling that you were uncomfortable - the concepts are there but the hasty composition is detracting.
I think your last shot is the most indicative of this...what a great juxtaposition! The composition really throws it off for me.
Hopefully more members will be able to add their thoughts and comments, as well as more images for us to take a look at.
Here's a photo of mine that shows what I'm talking about. I was in a library and afraid to pull my camera out and actually take pictures, so I put it on a table and shot instead. The man in the picture was horribly frustrated, out of work, and trying to find a job. My image conveys none of that. Street is about being intimate, and I didn't have the balls to get intimate with this shot. I kick myself for not being able to perform in situations like this. What am I really afraid of?
Last edited by powasky; 05-05-2013 at 10:20 PM. Click to view previous post history.