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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.

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