street photography is full of it. August Sander, Helen Levitt, Cartier-Bresson, Bruce Davidson, Steve McCurry to name a few great photographers off the top of my head that have many great images of children.
not at all just first impression when i see these photos
i didn’t mean to offend please accept my apology
Scott Schuman began The Sartorialist with the idea of creating a two-way dialogue about the world of fashion and its relationship to daily life.
Not much “dialogue” possible when this is the response to a reader. . .
That was a really weird (and rude?) question! Of course street photography is full of kids, and kids have style, too. I am actually offended by this question, I don’t know if it implies some “impurity” on photographer’s part or does the reader find kids too dull for his liking, either way I’m appaled.
I love your work and photos of kids, old people, everything.
Hi- I have never seen any of Scott’s photos of children which do not represent the greatest professionalism. His eye for the beauty and innocence that children inherently have is apparent in how he captures them in their native surroundings with grace and artistry.