Question about Cameras
What does set shutterspeed aperture mean?
The "aperture" is the hole inside the lens that controls how much light passes through. The bigger the hole, the more light passes through. Make the hole smaller and less light gets through.
Proper exposure depends on controlling the amount of light getting through the lens to the film or digital sensor. You control it by opening or closing the aperture and setting the shutter to determine how long the light gets through.
Setting the aperture simply means setting the size of this hole to some value.
Posted on Jan 08, 2013
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