Camera Aperture Tips

Description

Ben Bracaglia teaches what an aperture is, how it works and what it does in digital cameras and the way light goes through the lens to the sensor in the camera.

Related Articles

Camera Aperture Tips

The Aperture of a Camera

The aperture of the camera makes an artistic photographer to change the brightness of his photographs while maintaining them crisp. Use to illuminate the aperture setting as an alternative to the publicity pics while reducing motion blur....

Understanding and Manipulating Aperture

When you are looking for a camera, you probably have many things on your mind. How many pixels? How far can I zoom in? What features are included? However, one important thing that many people overlook is the aperture-the range of aperture, the maximum aperture, etc. The aperture is the diameter of the camera lens, and it greatly affects your picture-taking....

What is an Aperture?

The aperture is the size of the opening in a lens that determines how much light reaches the sensor (digital) or film (manual). Changing the size of the lens aperture changes how the scene is captured in a photograph. Look on the barrel or the front of the lens on your camera to find the maximum aperture. A lens aperture is usually listed as an f-number, meaning the ratio of focal length to the diameter of the aperture. Lower numbers mean more light is getting in and higher numbers mean less light is getting in. For zoom lenses, an aperture range is provided such as 1:4-5:6....

Learn Digital Photography - How to Use Your Aperture Effectively

There are two settings in photography that either scare a beginner photographer or appear too complicated to even try to comprehend. Shutter speed and aperture. Knowing how to use the aperture setting on your camera will help transform your photos and increase your skills. Although it may appear to be very technical it isn\'t and by taking just a little time you\'ll master it quickly....

Shutter Priority vs Aperture Priority

Shutter Priority Mode (indicated by the S mode on Nikon DSLRs or the Tv mode on Canon DSLRs) is usually used when you want to freeze motion with a specific fast shutter speed, or to create motion blur by intentionally choosing a slow shutter speed. In this mode, when you choose a particular shutter speed (and ISO setting), the camera will choose a corresponding aperture (F-stop) based on the exposure reading obtained through the camera\'s built-in exposure meter....

Understanding the Basics of Aperture

Are you looking for information that explains the Basics of Aperture...

Day-Night Security Camera - All in the Aperture

A day night security camera is a very common type that is used outdoors that will fulfill most needs and expectations of a security camera. This type of camera was built for when limited artificial light is used to illuminate the surveillance area. Some of them use a different aperture setting to allow more light in while others actually change from color to monochrome to get the proper resolution....

Photo] The camera menu functions to improve picture quality - Camera, aperture, monitors - HC

Capt. Calvin Shum production center in Wuhan, Guangzhou China Office Assistant engineer equipment Currently, many TV stations have basically completed the digital transformation of the equipment...

Learn Digital Photography - Using Aperture and Shutter Speed Together

In order to have complete control over your photography you need to understand how to effectively use shutter speed and aperture together. Because the one impacts the other you need know when to use aperture priority, the Av setting, and shutter priority which is the Tv setting on you camera. How it\'s done is very simple and will help you improve your photos dramatically....

The Law of Reciprocity - Camera Settings Like Shutter Speed, Aperture and ISO Explained

It stipulates that one stop increases in aperture is equivalent to the shutter duration doubling....