There are numerous ways to shoot street photography and a while back I started to put together a list of things that I do. Most street photographers do a good bit of walking, but I like to combine that with staying in one area and waiting for the picture to come to me. Broadway is one of those places where there are so many scenes that planting oneself in a single place will yield numerous opportunities, and as I was wandering the area I noticed a photographer who was doing just that. I watched him as his eyes slowly scanned the area and was ready when he raised his camera to take a picture. As fortune would have it, there was a very clear path not only to him, but also his subject.
This was taken using my Nikon TI35 with Fomapan 400 film.