I recently spent time in Disneyland with my family. In years gone by I would take an entire backpack full of SLR camera gear. This year I took one camera: The Fuji X100s. While most of my time was spent photographing my daughter and family I did manage to grab the occasional street image.
Camera Speak: When I shoot portraiture I shot all manual, specifically creating the exposure I want in my image. When I shoot street photography, however, I tend to let the camera drive more. My basic settings for using the Fuji X100s for street photography are to leave the camera in aperture priority, usually around f/8 depending on lighting. I set the auto ISO to have a minimum shutter speed of 1/60th or 1/125th, and to range up to ISO 3200 if need be to get that shutter speed. Finally, I ride the exposure compensation dial as needed when the lighting changes.
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