As I wander London’s streets I look up. I’m not referring to a moment, I mean the entire day.
Long ago I discovered, all too slowly for a reasonably intelligent person, I looked at everything as a tourist and, as a London worker bee, virtually nothing I wasn’t about to trip over.
I try to see the landscape with the people in it and my street photography reflects a style of unwaveringly long depths of field and significant backdrops.
Sometimes you don’t need people.
More often than not people make the scene.
It’s not an intrusion. Don’t ignore the landscape.