London, 2014
London, 2014

There are no more bad cameras for street photography. There is a plethora of cameras out there which have fantastic image quality, which are small, and compact.

For me, the “best camera” for street photography is the one that is small, compact, and always with you. The best camera for street photography doesn’t require you to think when shooting it. The best camera for street photography isn’t a pain to carry with you everywhere you go.

Istanbul, 2014
Istanbul, 2014

The best camera for street photography is the one that doesn’t bring unwarranted attention to you. The best camera for street photography isn’t expensive, nor does it cause you anxiety to carry it with you during your travels.

The best camera for street photography doesn’t require great image quality — it just needs to be good enough to capture the emotion of a scene.

London, 2014
London, 2014

The best camera for street photography is an extension of your eye, of your arm, and of your being.

The best camera for street photography allows you to connect closer with people, without you feeling self-conscious or awkward.

The best camera for street photography can fit into your front pocket.

The best camera for street photography is one which you don’t want to be recognized.

The best camera for street photography is your smartphone, your point-and-shoot compact camera, your rangefinder, your film camera, your DSLR, your mirrorless, or your micro/43rds camera.

NYC, 2016
NYC, 2016

The best camera for street photography is a reflection of your personality. It complements you, rather than holds you back.

The best camera for street photography allows you to capture “the decisive moment” without fumbling around with technical settings.

The best street photography camera already belongs to you.