Street Photos tips and tricks | trips and tics IA few tips for beginners and others who feel not so confident shooting people: if shooting from the hip while walking in broad day light, hitting the shutter between footsteps, set lens focus to manual and adjust the scale to the precalculated distance between you and your subjects (safer: between 3m and infinity), then shoot in shutter speed mode with a 600 or higher value and let the camera calculate the rest.Street Photos tips and tricks | trips and tics I1 year ago in Photography
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Shoot in manual mode, you can play with shutter speeds and aperture and, to begin with, let the ISO in auto so the camera can decide its value for you.
You can also make a reading of your hand in the particular light you'll be shooting at, memorize those values and play around with what the camera sees, adjusting settings as needed.
Do not shoot and check your photo on the screen right away, that will denounce you.
A safe lens for street is a 10-20mm, but get ready to crop, because a non-natural distortion will occur, which invalidates the scene for the Street Genre.