Shooting Street Photography with my FujiFilm X-T20
I have recently been shooting quite a bit of street photography with my Fujifilm xT20. It’s small size and astonishingly gorgeous images make it one of my favorite cameras ever! Often, I have tried to lug one of my Nikon DSLRs hoping to capture the essence of the city, but I inevitably become a little self conscious with the big bulky gear in hand, and ultimately take little to no shots.
The X-T20 may be small, but it is loaded with features. Control setting such as Aperture, shutter speed, and ISO all have physical dials, and for me, that is awesome! I don’t have to navigate through menu settings to make adjustments. It’s a very satisfying experience to know that every setting you need to get the best capture is at your finger tips; Artistic flow happens.
Here are some examples I took in Seattle and Bellingham Washington recently using both Single shot and Continuous High Mode (Both have a physical settings) 🙂
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