It was time to discover the Nikon D3300 and both its kit lenses. Even more important than that, I had to find out if I have what it takes to do street photography. After all, I can sympathize with people that might feel uncomfortable with someone taking photographs of theirs in the street. Nowadays people are too suspicious and I believe it is the responsibility of the photographer to make them trust the person behind the camera.
As expected, my first walk was a disaster. I walked around the neighborhood and went to the most traditional flea market in Lisbon, Feira da Ladra. I had difficulties getting used to the auto-focus and even more difficulties dealing with people too close to me. The good thing is that it certainly was a great learning experience and, even in spite of some discomfort, I felt like fish in the water.