• Apertures are in the lens, not in the camera
  • Camera Lens apertures control the amount of light entering the camera.
  • Numbers prefixed with letter 'F' are used to set aperture size
  • Each major 'F' number is known as a 'stop'
  • Aperture or Shutter Speed priority - which one should you use?
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The Exposure Triangle – Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO

The exposure triangle explains how the individual aspects of exposure, i.e aperture, shutter speed and ISO, affect the final exposure of the photo. It's a useful way of describing the relationship between the three aspects [...]

Aperture vs Shutter Priority Mode – Which should you use?

As well as the fully automatic green Auto mode, all DSLR's have several other very useful exposure modes. Aperture Priority and Shutter Priority Modes are two of the most popular semi-automatic modes. But what many [...]

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