1/400th at F7.1, ISO 1600 (28mm).
Hip shot. It's much harder to frame correctly and to focus correctly but for certain shots it makes being candid and getting close so much easier.
However, that's not the main reason why I like it. I go back to it time and time again because I love that slightly lower perspective that it gives, elongating people just enough to give them presence and stature, while also giving a very pleasing upward view of the tall buildings in the background.
This Cindy Sherman self portrait, while completely separate from the realm of traditional candid street photography, has probably informed my street photography more than any other individual photograph.
Untitled Film Still #14, 1978, Cindy Sherman.