Photography Week

PART 2 UNDERSTANDING EXPOSURE

APERTURE

Adjust the lens to allow more or less light through

When you focus on a point, there’s an area in front and behind the point that also appears sharp. This is called the depth of field, and it can be changed by the lens aperture, which also controls the how much light hits the sensor. A wide (e.g. f/2.8) aperture lets more

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