YOU can see why Paul was attracted to this scene: it’s the sort of set-up that’s likely to set street photographers’ pulses racing. “I was drawn to the negative space and geometric lines,” offers Paul. “I was lucky that the chap in the picture remained there long enough for everyone else to leave. I also felt his clothes fitted in nicely with the light and dark theme created by the wall.”
Street photography in wet conditions might bring its own problems in terms of keeping camera gear dry and lenses free of raindrops; but the streets are less likely to be crowded, improving your chances of getting clean, graphical compositions like this.