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Changing the aperture on my 350d

I have recently started uni and have been asked to take the same shot 7 times at different apperture settings I was completely fine with this but i can't correlate the f numbers to the settings on the camera,

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To set you aperture only press AV button with one finger and then turn the control situated next to shutter release button at the same time . ( your camera should of course be set to M with the main control knob ).

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