From Amy Touchette’s article “Street Photography Indoors: Exploring Interior Settings” for tuts+:

Although many of us think of street photography as taking place outdoors, it can actually take place in any space that’s open to the public, including indoor settings. Shopping malls, restaurants, cafes, transportation stations, airports, subway cars, hotels, offices, lobbies, bodegas, grocery stores, drug stores, laundromats, churches, museums, galleries, hair salons, movie theaters, gas stations, even cameras stores are just some of the many indoor settings that are available to street photographers. So long as the setting is open to the public, making photographs in the genre of street photography is possible.

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