I find street photography really tough. The aspect I find hardest is pointing my camera at strangers without feeling self-conscious. I'm fine in a setting where I have express permission to photography, (handy for a wedding photographer I suppose!), but out in public I just can't bring myself to get the images that I want to. How do I get around this? I should imagine that the GF1 will help me from being quite so self-conscious. I'd also be interested to hear how others work regarding finding scenes to photograph. Obviously situations come and go in the blink of an eye so you have to be alert the whole the time but would you typically find a setting where you think something might happen, wander around keeping your wits about you, Find a compositional aid/feature that you want to be part of the frame and then wait for something to happen within that frame? All of the above? Focussing - what strategy would you normal apply here? I normally use AF but find that this can be a little slow when you see that moment in front of you, which makes me think that MF pre-focussed to a set distance and with a small enough aperture allow a little leeway in point of focus. How do you do it?