I was walking along and noticed these two employees in an animated discussion, I took a shot but needed to get over to the right a bit more to get more of the gentleman in the background. It literally took 1 second, pushed the shutter, too late, I was spotted. That's how much time you have to get the shot, or not.
This was from my very first outing in a Street Photography class I took in 2012. I noticed her and she seemed so tense. Like if she had a lot on her mind. I wondered if I could capture that. I ran up along the group she was walking in or with and shot from the hip while I walked along. From the look on her face and the noticeable tension in both her hands I think I got it!
Wow, I'm shooting in NYC across the street from this restaurant using a 70-200mm lens. The woman in the center, dead center, second row back is staring right at me. They can spot the big gear.