Just some snaps taken over the last week really. I have been using 30 year old battered manual exposure and manual focus film cameras with fujifilm colour and some Ilford black and white - all ISO 400 but 'pushed' occasionally. I had them developed locally and put onto a CD. I have been thinking about 'street' photography over the last few days and sessions, which are usually in half hour ish in length, rapid movement from me, set it up, snap and move on. As such, I generally shoot with a bright Fstop to let in plenty of light on the grey days. There is a lot of cliches where street is concerned - all endemic of the usual stuff, leading lines, rules of thirds, negative space, use of signs and icons but I think these can be breached because I simply use a 50mm lens and use my feet to get a shot that pleases my eye. I really like images where a person looks away into the frame, but that renders the eye contact ineffective, which as we all know is 'the' key thing in a portrait. As such, I dont consider these to be essentially street, more of a street portrait thing. If you refer to shot 2, I could label that something like ' A fag with your wine' but not into that really. The shot with the yellow van is one I love - I was framing the shot after spotting it and then of nowhere, this kid cycles across the frame on a BMX as I nailed it at 1/125. Amazing. Comments welcome. Enjoy. Of course, no exif intact due to the use of film.