Learn how to best set your camera for street photography in all lighting conditions. I go into two ‘modes’ of shooting, one for fast subjects and one for slow subjects, and also how to quickly switch between then. The video is a bit focused on SLRs (especially Nikon), but the ideas can be applied to any camera, albeit the exact way of setting it up will vary.
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