For a class paper I decided to write on the prevalence of digital cameras and how that has affected contemporary street photography. I need to address issues directly related by the widespread availability of cameras (e.g. cameras in phones) as well as problems caused by terrorism and privacy concerns. As well as the affects of street photography on modern society.
Now... I've only recently got into trying street photography and have no idea where to start my research for this paper. Hoping the forum can give me some general ideas on where to begin my search and any issues that stand out to those that have done street for awhile. I remember reading a post on here about a group of street photographers taking pictures of people on a specific street corner and that's what sparked my interest in the topic.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Just looking for a push in the right direction really. Does the prevalence of digital cameras really affect street photography??? I would assume it has made it "easier" in some respects.