As our Shoot Like A Pro series on how to photograph any subject you want continues, we take a closer look at the best camera settings for street photography. Getting sharp photos takes time to master, but here we show you all the best camera settings you should use to shoot candid street photos, urban movement and the city at night.
Over the course of our new Shoot Like A Pro series we’ll show you the best camera settings to use to shoot a range of subjects within the genres of portrait photography, landscape photography, street scene, wildlife photography, close-ups and more.
To kick things off we’ll take a look at the common camera settings you’ll want to use every time you shoot and explain how and why you might want to change them.
Is street photography really as ‘random’ as it might at first appear? In this article travel photographer Harry Fisch reveals his secret to capturing perfectly composed street photography.
Candid street photography is quite possibly the hardest discipline to nail. Even the best street photography tips, while improving your camera techniques, will struggle to help you overcome your natural inhibitions of getting in someone’s face with your camera. Find out below how you can make some simple changes to your approach and start shooting street portraits with more impact.
Don’t let bad weather dampen your photography. Our latest DIY Photography Hacks post shows you how to make a cheap rain cover from a plastic bag.
Our photo of the day by Peter Chinnock
If you’ve bought some new lenses or an extra body recently, you’re probably finding that you’ve outgrown your camera bag. Perhaps you’re struggling with whether to buy a bigger camera bag or take the leap to photo backpacks.
There are pros and cons for both large camera bags and photo backpacks…
This street scene demonstrates juxtaposition between every day life and ‘normality’ and the popular media representation of women.
This fantastic documentary style photo captures the gritty realism of the moment.
A street full of Charlie Chaplins is not what you’d generally expect to see in your average street photo!