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Default is lvm
After clicking Storage Installation Destination and then selecting the disk you want to install on, you will get this screen with installation options.
The exact content of the upper part of the window will depend on how your disk is partitioned and how much free space you have. In the lower portion of the window you will find a Partition Scheme Configuration drop-down. Fedora uses lvm disk management by default, if you want to use standard partitions you have to click this drop-down and select that option.
If you want to specify the partition layout yourself, you have to click the I don't need help box. anaconda will then not try to figure out a partition layour for you, when you click Reclaim space it will simply take you to the next screen where you can do it all yourself. I found this a bit scary, I didn't want it to reclaim space, I want to tell it myself which existing partition to reuse, but you have to click that button to go on.