I had a really long work week so not a lot of energy to spend this weekend shooting. However, I try to shoot everyday, sometimes on my morning commute, even from the train and tram windows if necessary. I decided to sit on one of the many benches along Bourke Street mall in Melbourne and watch the world pass by. I preset my lens to fifty mm and tried to watch for interesting people approaching me. Once I spotted someone I tracked them in the LCD screen until the composition looked good. Many people were completely unaware I was taking their picture. Others spotted me but didn’t really react. One woman looped back around and took my picture with her iPhone. Initially, I thought it was odd but then wondered if she felt I had nefarious intentions. The man sitting next to me was quite curious and kept a close eye on me as I took pictures. I edited the photos using the Adobe app for iPad which is quite cool. Upon reflection, I still had to actively look for the subject, wait for the decisive moment and then try to capture the image. Maybe not so lazy after all.