Gentleman.. (shoot on film)
I like the theme you have chosen to frame and the bold approach to shoot against the light. It is a challenging theme you have shot, loots of architecture to admire and record and then your man walking with his hat. I think whilst the top of the buildings on the top left and right side of the picture are recorded nicely and are nice landmarks of architecture, they are a little bit ''excess information''. Your picture could look strong or stronger without them. I think you could have made the overhanging ball , just above the top of the right lamplight, the cut-off point of your frame and give some space at the bottom for the shadow of the man; this could lift him a bit higher in the frame, i suspect he is your topic, isn't he? I know street photography requires speed of response for the photographer and you have it surely, but as you look back at your pictures and review them ask yourself ''could I have framed this better?'' You will develop the skill to judge what is important to stay in your frame and what you can leave out of your frame, which is also a very important skill. Once you develop it you would be able to apply this skill before you press the shutter release button so you will improve your composition skills.
Technically, I notice something that resembles with light leak, on the camera you used to take that picture, I think I can distinguish a pair of faint white horizontal lines above the gentleman's head. I have had something similar to pictures of mine, it's just a specific frame that seems to suffer in the beginning of the film and I wonder if you camera has a small window at the back to display the film cassette inside, like mine has. I suspect later with cocking up the shutter the film cassette moves a bit so the film is light-tight again and therefore there are no light leaks in the pictures at the middle or the end of the roll.
A big bravo for your work