There are many ways to skin a cat when it comes to street photography, but this short video from photographer Frederik Trovatten gives you a basic setup with which to get started.
More and more cameras are starting to introduce the potential to set a minimum shutter speed when shooting with auto ISO, an incredibly useful feature that can allow you to forget about exposure to a degree and immerse yourself in what’s happening around you. Some cameras even offer to vary the minimum shutter speed depending on which lens you have attached.
Auto ISO itself is a relatively new feature in terms of photography’s history, and being able to add a minimum shutter speed started to emerge sometime between 2005 and 2010. With the amount of noise introduced by higher ISO levels improving with every camera, many shooters find themselves more relaxed about letting the camera go beyond 1,600. In addition to that, raw files are becoming so good that even when your camera makes a mistake, it’s possible to correct in post.
Trovatten offers some great insights into how to set this up and how you can expect your camera to behave. If you have any points to add, be sure to leave a comment below.