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Yep, way over the top with the Dave Hill look. Please don't take this the wrong way, but there is nothing visually appealing about these shots that hold the viewer and IMO look like overly processed snapshots on the street. Use a FL between 24-50, get close to your subjects, have no fear, be creative with choice of apeture/shutter speed and try to put multiple elements together. People on the streets combined with other compositional elements (lines, shapes, colors, layers, light/shadow awareness, movement, juxtaposition, etc) can turn a shot from ordinary to extraordinary when taken at that the right moment.
Keep in mind this is just my view (with really no define set of rules) of street photography, which differs from street snapshots, noncandid street portraits, street architecture and photojournalism on the streets IMO.