I have a question. From time to time we all spot that interesting subject out on the field. Photographers that are more extroverted probably have no problem just walking up to that subject and starting up a convo. But for the more shy and introverted, how do you walk up to a complete stranger with a seemingly large camera (to the general public), and not come off as a weirdo. I dont think some people view photography as art and may not understand why someone would want to photograph a person that is not a friend or family. I've always felt that trying to photograph people without them knowing comes across creepy and voyeuristic. What are some of your approach methods to photographing interesting people on location? I'm not so shy that I cant talk to people. I just never really have a good transition from "Hi" to "can I take a few pictures of you?"