How to deal with angry people in street photography ?

As you stroll along the streets of a city and shoot strangers, every once in a while people will get angry at you for taking...
As you stroll along the streets of a city and shoot strangers, every once in a while people will get angry at you for taking their picture. It is understandable, street photography is quite an obtrusive act towards your fellow citizens. You scrutinize them, interpret their behavior and decide whether their doings are worthy to be recorded or not. The resulting array of reactions is therefore very diverse, from total indifference to anger, even though smile is still the most common answer you will get. Yet, whatever the reaction, consider it as a legitimate part of street photography which must...

On top of the city

Located on the shores of the Parana river in Rosario, the Monumento Nacional a la bandera (Flag's monument) is a structure that glorifies the foundation...
Located on the shores of the Parana river in Rosario, the Monumento Nacional a la bandera (Flag's monument) is a structure that glorifies the foundation of Argentina in 1812. It boasts a 70 meters high tower where one can enjoy a breathtaking view over the River and Rosario's cityscape. (click here to see a wonderful 360 panomara taken from the tower.) I guess this little boy wanted to give a special honour to the monument by wearing the colors of Argentina. (click on picture to enlarge) Leica M9 with 60mm Hexanon at F8, 1/125, ISO200, ND filter