Temoor Iqbal is a London-based street photographer. His work is a combination of candid portraiture and traditional documentary photography, which aims to capture the little moments of everyday beauty that often go unnoticed, especially in busy cities. He's a ruthless editor of his own work, regularly rejecting an entire day's worth of photos if none of them make the grade. In addition to taking photos, Temoor also blogs about photography, travels whenever he can, and pays the bills by working as a magazine editor. Recently, he has been exploring 35mm film as a street photography medium, and he's planning to take his skills on the road to Asia and South America next year.