A bonus post where I share and deconstruct my process
Thanks for sharing this Gajan. The Joel Meyerowitz tip is especially interesting to myself. I find that most of the time when shooting street, I tend to use aperture priority. During daylight, I'll keep my shutter above 200, with my iso as low as possible. Other than that, it's all aperture priority. Like you mention in the post, I try not to let the settings get in the way of the shot. It's all art at the end of the day.
Utah is stunning, youre gonna love it
Can you elaborate why you use exposure compensation to underexpose on all profiles as a starting point?
Thanks for the settings. What camera are you using? I have an X100V and the one thing I dream of is highlight-weighted metering like the GR cameras but Fujifilm doesn’t seem to have it