Last week I managed to get into old Lincoln city twice at lunch time to do a little street photography. The first day Monday was a very bright day with high contrast. As usual I shot in aperture priority and zone focused using f/5.6 or f/8 depending on the situation. All were with manual ISO.
On the Friday I managed to get into town again. This was far duller day, much colder with a cold wind and the bright sunshine hiding from us.
I deliberately chose a shooting style I had not tried before using the Leica. Manual mode with Auto ISO. I defined the minimum shutter speed and the maximum ISO in the settings and then went out to shoot.
Usually Auto ISO is something I use when shooting wildlife to guarantee sharp shots with my Nikons. On my old Leica M8 it was a little tricky, the problem is that the Leica has very limited viewfinder information so I was never quite sure what was happening.
Still I managed to get a few nice shots from the lunchtime walkabout.