My preferred method of shooting whether as a part of my life or as a part of my clients' lives is to carry a camera with me at all times and photograph people in their daily lives, friends hanging out, couples walking hand in hand, children playing impromptu games, businessmen having a conference, mothers pushing their babies in a stroller, real life. I like to photograph people as they are rather than as they were the day they got all dressed up and all stressed out to memorialize the day they got all dressed up and all stressed out to have their picture taken. Sounds idyllic, doesn't it. I certainly think so. It's the way some of the greatest photographers -- Kertesz and Cartier-Bresson -- made photographs.
I probably work harder at this than anything I do. It never seems like work; it seems instead like living a dream.