HOW DO I ADJUST APERTURES?

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HOW DO I ADJUST APERTURES?

Tue Sep 20, 2016 10:12 pm

Digital SLR's have a variety of exposure modes that allow you to prioritize the setting you control. Aperture-priority (A or AV) mode is the best mode to select in situations where your choice of aperture is the key decision – for example, when shooting portraits, architecture,landscapes and close-ups. Having selected this exposure mode, you are then able to quickly and easily regulate aperture size by rotating the camera’s main control/input dial or thumb wheel.

Aperture and shutter speed have a reciprocal relationship with one another. In other words, adjusting one setting requires an equal and opposite adjustment of the other to achieve the same length of exposure. Aperture-priority is a semi automatic mode, meaning
you manually select the f/stop you desire, while the camera automatically adjusts shutter length to maintain the correct level of exposure. You can also select the aperture using manual (M) exposure mode, but shooting in full manual will require you to re-adjust the shutter
speed each and every time you change the f/number.


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