Hi Folks -

So, I met the GF and her daughter at a local food truck thing (Off The Grid, for folks that live in the Bay Area) and thought it might be a fairly safe place for a fairly timid attempt at street photography. All were taken on the iPotato 5S

This was just a down-venue shot taken whilst standing in line for the BBQ truck. Seems that at least two people were looking right at me when I shot and no one said a word. Funnily enough, I was not shooting for the guy in the orange/salmon shirt; he just sort of showed up as I shot...

Tip bucket at the BBQ truck. I think I might tighten this one up, given another chance, so as to no include the water bottles in the back and not clip the corner of the dollar bill at the top...

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Live entertainment. I shot this as I gave the guy a dollar (his collection box was out of frame). Given another chance, I could see this going two ways: 1) Zoom in closer to cut out the monitors and other equipment, or 2) zoom out to include his collection box.

So, that's it with the self-critique. Again, this was a rather timid attempt at street photography (or, rather, parking lot photography). Any thoughts or suggestions on how to improve would be appreciated...