Street photography is an art form. It involves taking candid, unplanned, unposed photographs of people engaged in various activities on the street, such as smoking a cigarette, riding a bike, read a newspaper.
The street is any public place, such as a mall, street, park, beach, amusement park, festival, parade.
Street photography is much like social documentary. The photographer records what he or she feels is interesting– a fleeting moment, facial expression, gesture…
During the summer of 2013, 2014, 2015, and spring of 2016, I strolled along the city streets of Toronto, and captured my impressions of urban life.
To see more of my work on street photography, please visit Street Photography Toronto