Shot this none yesterday during a few hours downtown. First I saw the light and considered the shot I wanted. Then I waited for a bike or something to pass through this light. And I waited. And I waited some more. Finally, I saw a cab at the lights down the street and knew he’d be passing right through my light and there might be a nice shot in that. And here it is. It’s not my best shot of the day but I’m still quite pleased with it; particularly the part where I’d already envisioned the final product in advance and then waited for it to happen. I think that’s an important aspect of street photography. You have the makings of a good photograph but it’s still missing ingredients, so you wait for the final ingredients to arrive and include themselves into your final dish. Hope you like it.
Dave, The Lazy Photographer
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