Armed with his Leica and an extraordinary amount of patience, Matt Stuart ventures through the streets of cities worldwide to capture the unexpected and coincidental moments of everyday life. His practice revolves around finding humor, play, and serendipity in the mundane, a skill he’s cultivated throughout his 25-year career and recounts in the recently released volume Think Like a Street Photographer.
Click on the above link and enjoy some of his photographs.
I imagine I would be hopelessly bad at Street Photography because I don’t react that quickly. I want to consider angles and usually take time to frame a subject. Nevertheless, it would be a really good practice for me to try this.