Photography is a visual language. While content will always play a major role, one cannot ignore Form. As a street photographer, one can use visual lyrics or form to engage the viewer or direct the viewer to the content or story. Form can be a great supplement to content. Unlike documentary photography, street photography is subjective and as a street photographer we often don’t represent the truth, in fact we sometimes line up all the elements in the frame to suggest or narrate a story that does not even exist or exists for only a fraction of a second. (By that, I do not mean a set up shot, I am referring to the photographer placing himself to take a particular angle or including/excluding things in a frame and waiting for the Decisive moment). A great street photograph will have enough clues for the reader to complete the story or make their own.