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This setting controls exposure time, or the length of time when the film or digital sensor inside the camera is exposed to light.
Aperture / F-stop Setting
This setting controls the size of the opening that lets light into the camera. The size of the opening affects how much light is let into the camera.
This setting controls the digital sensor's sensitivity to light.
If you see this reading on your light meter, your image will be "one stop" TOO DARK based on the camera's reading of the available light
If you see this reading on your light meter, your image will be "one stop" TOO LIGHT based on the camera's reading of the available light
If you see this, you know you have a good exposure (based on the camera's reading of the available light); not too dark and not too light.
A very closed down or narrow aperture setting; would result in a deep depth of field with everything in focus.
Shutter speed setting of one 125th of a second.
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