Candid street photography is by far my favorite genre to shoot. I've never examined too deeply why I love it so, but I suspect it has a lot to do with bearing witness to existential moments (a topic I won't be able to cover at length here). Because to see an individual as they truly are - with few outside pressures or influences - renders a scene more visually authentic than posed or staged shots. I've little concern at this point how the final image would be processed - black and white vs. color; a little or a lot of post-processing edits. What matters is whether or not a feeling or state of being shines through in some form of expressionistic intensity. At this point, race, color, creed, religion do not matter to me in the slightest. Nor does "the story", which is often a bullshit construct forced upon an image by the photographer.