2. There is a classical style which is always associated with an era gone by. In 1960, earlier and a bit later the period was treated to be a golden time when a lot of photographers documented street cultures around the world. For example photographers like Henri Cartier-Bresson and William Eggleston who captured American life in the mid 20th century, hv come to be regarded as the founders of street photography today.
3. Their style was largely documentary and characterized by striking a balance between form and subject, using camera as a way to document the social conditions of that time.
4. There are styles defining street photography e.g. going close, depends upon ur subject's importance rather than more powerful bg. Besides striking realism, there are chances to experiment producing truth in the form of blurs, shadows, silhouettes and reflections. It moves away from other documentary styles of photography that strive to be objective.
5. It may include various aspects, which u hv to take in consideration like abstracts, graphic style, patterns, structures, shadows, tones, textures, color, b&w. Angles do play a good role to achieve a good street photograph.....It depends mostly on the subject and ur satisfaction to have a demanding effect. Exploring distinct cultures will give opportunity to have varieties to choose and shoot....................
6 The above shot is a good example of man's earning so moving on road, the items, the guy in curiosity and the movement of vehicles and other objects.
Exposure under sun 1/80, f5.9, and ISO100......from my Canon.........................keep up and listen more......to come.