Street Photography - Today I'm sharing my street photography tips in Tokyo Japan - what settings to use for street photography and what gear. How to approach images you want to capture.
Read below for detailed settings
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Note: If a Sigma Art version is available for those lenses and your camera system get it, it's really good.
- M4/3: 12mm or 42.5mm depending on your camera system.
The camera you use in Street Photography is really not that important. It's really all about how you view a scene and approach it. The settings that I share here are really made for you to concentrate on your image VS your camera.
Settings I use 90% of the time:
- Camera mode: Aperture priority (A), f/2.8 for shallow depth of field or anything above f/5.6 for cityscapes & scenes.
- Minimum shutter speed: 1/250s for most days, 1/500s for fast objects/cars/bikes...
- My ISO range: 100-12800 (I'm lucky)
- Blurry crowds shot handheld: 1/5s, 1/4s anything below gets very tricky handheld!
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- Panasonic GH5 G9 amzn.to/2GNR5fe
Remember the camera is not as important as
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