I got a new digital camera with good features and would like to play with taking my kids pictures and scenery photographs but I'm not sure what they mean and what they do.
Aperture is the size of the opening in the lens (remember the smaller the number the bigger the hole and the less the depth of field will be). Shutter is how fast the picture is taken. For fast actions you will want a faster shutter speed (i.e. 500-2000) Exposure is the end result of the combination of these two things in addition to the ISO setting (what used to be film speed).
If you have any questions you can always message me. But here is a fun and easy to follow site I found.
Answer by meandrphoto at 11:33 AM on Feb. 23, 2011
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