While simultaneously seeking out new talent, WNYC is exploring the art of street photography through the eyes of six diverse photographers in their Street Shots series. One of them, 61-year-old Bruce Gilden, is more of a character than some of his subjects. He's been taking photos of strangers on the streets of Manhattan for decades, and he's becoming a little bored with the homogeneity of the passersby. See how his "in your face" approach goes over with his subjects:

After the jump check out Jamel Shabazz, who documented the emerging hip-hop scene in the early '80s. You can view the rest here, including one on our own Jake Dobkin, and his work at Bluejake.