If you've stumbled across me courtesy of the Street Photography Now Community then I'm very pleased to meet you. The brief I've set is very much open to your individual interpretation. If you're interested in understanding where I'm coming from with it then please read on. If not, then just get out on the street now!
I'd toyed with a more directive instruction. There's certainly been some great ones already in the series. My first instinct was to reflect my own approach
"Take a picture without looking"
However when I thought about it a little longer it didn't feel particularly inspirational for anyone to follow so I tried
"Let the picture find you"
That felt stronger.
Then it struck me that successful street photography for me is about moments. Not just decisive ones where all elements of an image meet each other in a happy accident to create something substantially more than the sum of their parts, but those instances when I connect to the flow of life around me, where I feel both inside of it yet outside too, like a musician finding a perfect riff out of thin air.Helpful? Even more confused? Don't worry! No pressure!
"Be of the moment. Let the picture find you"