Street Photography at night seems a bit scary, but it’s not. In this video, I show you how to do street photography in low light situations.
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Fujifilm X-T3: https://geni.us/TheFujiX-T3

The 3 lenses I use for night photography
35mm: Street Photography Lens: https://geni.us/StreetPhotographyLens
56mm: My Favorite Portrait lens: https://geni.us/FujiPortraitLens
16mm: Fuji’s Wide Angle Lens: https://geni.us/16MM14
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My preferred camera settings for street photography at night:
Minimum shutter-speed of 125/s.
The aperture between 1.2 – 1.6
Max ISO at 5000.

I hope these tips and tricks for night photography are useful! Everything gets a bit more complicated when doing street photos at night or in low light situations, but I think with this approach and these camera settings, you’ll conquer it!

In this video, I use my Fuji X-T3. In terms of lenses I use a portrait lens, the 56mm 1.2 + my favorite street photography lens, the 35mm 1.4 and FujiFilms wide-angle lens, the 16mm 1.4.

All prime lenses because when you take pictures at night, you want a fast aperture to let more light in to keep your ISO as low as possible.

I think my preferred lens and focal length for street photography at night is the 35mm 1.4 lens.

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