The problem I have is light. Now that I have started taking my DSLR camera out with me in the morning, I have already noticed the loss of light where the mornings are drawing in. It’s not an issue as far as my eyes are4 concerned, but most of the pictures I am taking on the nikon are blurry.
I don’t have the same problem with the phone because for most of the walk it is mounted on the tripod. Not only that, but its image stabilisation is better than the D5300.
I have been thinking a fair bit recently that i have very few people in my pictures but that’s partially because I see only the occasional person on the morning walk. It’s an entirely different matter at lunchtime, when I more often than not perceive the high street to be heaving.
I would love to do some street photography, but I would like to try and be reasonably discreet, which I can try with the Nikon, so lets see how it works.
Having said that I see very few people on my AM walk, this morning as I was walking between two of the tower blocks, aways from the Esplanade, a chap, in a rather gaudy shell suite type think who was walking across my path started performing for me, and was clearly inviting me to take his picture. Naturally, they came out blurred!