Street photographer Eric Kim created this inspiring video showing what it’s like to photograph passers-by on the sidewalks of Beverly Hills, CA — from a camera’s point of view. He attached a GoPro camera to his Leica M6 (loaded with Kodak Portra 400 film) to record his adventure and then edited in the final photographs after getting the film developed. It’d be interesting if more photographers started publishing these POV videos to show how they go about shooting their photographs. Kim ruffled a lot of features with some of his old behind-the-scenes videos due to his in-your-face style, but he has since toned it down quite a bit — not using a large handheld flash certainly helps on that front.