Street photography, sometimes called documentary photography, are candid photos of people in (mainly) public places. Photographers like Bruce Gilden,  Joel Meyerowitz, Garry Winogrand, and James Maher all embody the essence of street, waiting for  what Henri Cartier-Bresson “the decisive moment.” These unpredictable images can be out-of-focus or unbalanced, color or black-and-white. And street photography doesn’t have to be done on the street; it’s a way of recording human activity – something that can be done in New York or in your back yard. The goal is to document the narrative as you see it.

Waiting

Waiting

Still Waiting

Still Waiting

Choices

Choices

Reflections

Reflections

Cleaning the Boardwalk

Cleaning the Boardwalk

Rodeo Cop

Rodeo Cop

Cooking Dinner

Cooking Dinner

Flooded Park

Flooded Park

Farmer's Market

Farmer’s Market

Washington DC at Night

Washington DC at Night

Washington DC at Night

Washington DC at Night

Lunch Break

Lunch Break

Refreshments

Refreshments

Yarn Bombing

Yarn Bombing

Jammin'

Jammin’

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