While this frame is from the same walk as the other day, I've been really getting more into the street photography scene as I try to get back into the rhythm of shooting daily.
Street photography is something I love equally as photojournalism - I just don't do it as much as I should, and only do it abroad. It's always fresh, new and exciting. There is a rush in walking the same street and it never being the same twice. It's also a fun way to explore.
Baltimore isn't a huge city, and there isn't the abundance of folk say like New York or Chicago. It's for lack or better term - less chaotic. But there are a lot of characters and a vast of difference neighborhoods.
A lot of the time it's a tough crowd, so being inconspicuous and shooting from the hip is a must. In addition, it's difficult trying to pick areas of the city that I feel safe in by foot.
This is another from Canton and Highlandtown.