13 Mar How to Set Up Your Fuji Camera For Street Photography

Source: Fuji X Passion

Welcome along to another blog guys. Today I want to make a few suggestions as to how to set up your Fuji camera for street photography. These settings will hopefully allow you to walk the streets and focus on watching the world and looking for interesting people or interesting scenes to shoot, rather than worrying what your settings are, fumbling around the camera and missing the shot. Lets dive in guys.

So I’ll start by clarifying what I mean by suggestions. These settings I share with you and no guarantee to better street shots, there are far to many variables for that. The settings I share with you are simply what I use to make sure that I can focus on whats happening around me and be sure that the camera is ready to go as soon as I see a shot.

Fuji X-T3 . Fuji XF18mmF2 @18mm . f/8 . 1/350″ . ISO 640

Fuji X-T3 . Fuji XF18mmF2 @18mm . f/13 . 1/15″ . ISO 200

Street photography is usually very reactive, well for me it is. I don’t like to sit in one place for a long time, waiting for the correct person to enter the scene; don’t get me wrong, I have done this in the past, but its not what I find enjoyable. I would much rather hit the streets and just keep walking and shoot anything interesting that I see along the way. That method of street photography plays a

How to Set Up Your Fuji Camera For Street Photography posted on Fuji X Passion on

Read the full article on Fuji X Passion