Taking street photographs posed many challenges, but also resulted in many rewards. Some of the challenges that I personally faced included lighting, setting, and focus. At times will walking around campus (where I took all of my photographs) it was difficult to get the lighting just right while I was trying to take pictures of people in a natural setting. I had to be quick to adjust the aperture, shutter speed, and ISO settings while making sure I was able to capture the action that was around me at an interesting time. The setting (and colors) around campus, I found were very monotone, especially in the Belk/Moseley area where a lot of the surroundings and walkways are made of brick. This actually worked well with one of the photographs that I choose to be in my top 3 because the way the shadows were at the time I took the picture made a bunch of different shades along the breezeway adjacent to Belk Library. The one main subject (although in the shadows and to the left side of the frame) really stood out amongst all the brick. Another problem I encountered while taking pictures in a street setting was getting the focus just right quickly. Sometimes, I found that I got a lot of the things right in the picture (such as lighting, framing, eye-lines, line, etc.) but the focus was just a bit off and therefore the picture was unusable. The things that I believe that I did accomplish well were capturing points in time with good emotion in the subjects as well as good line in most of my pictures. In the one picture I chose of the man working, I made sure the man was in a position that was both in line with the trees behind him as well as in a diagonal position to the ladder leaning against the machine. Overall, I think that this assignment has made me more aware of the settings on the camera that have to be changed quickly in order to take an interesting and aesthetically pleasing photograph.