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What is aperture?

Aperture is the opening of a lens through which light enters. It is calibrated in f/stops. Lower the f/stop number wider is the aperture.

What are the effects of aperture on exposure?

Aperture controls the amount of light that can enter the lens hence it controls the brightness of your images. A larger aperture will let more light to enter, hence the image will result to be brighter. A smaller aperture will form a darker image.

What are the effects of aperture on depth of field?

The depth of field is the amount of image that is sharp from front to back. The photos with completely blurred background have a thin or narrow depth of field. The images where both the foreground and background have sharp images are said to have a large or deep depth of field. Larger aperture results in a thin depth of field and smaller aperture results in a large depth of field.

What are the effects of aperture on shutter speed?

The depth of field is the amount of image that is sharp from front to back. The photos with completely blurred background have a thin or narrow depth of field. The images where both the foreground and background have sharp images are said to have a large or deep depth of field. Larger aperture results in a thin depth of field and smaller aperture results in a large depth of field.