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Wednesday Photography Tips: PERFECT CAMERA SETTING

Perfect Camera Workshop Leads to Perfect Camera Setting! 

Last week, I described using proper shutter speed for creating a perfect camera setting. 

For this #WednesdayPhotographyTip, I look into Aperture settings.

Perfect Camera Setting: Aperture Setting

In photography, we use aperture to control the volume of light and the focusing range.

1- A higher number means a smaller size aperture and an expanded focusing range. 

2- A lower number indicates a larger size aperture and a shallow focusing range.

Having these tips in mind, setting us a perfect aperture depends on how much focusing range you want to have.   

For example, in portraiture, you need a shallow depth of field. So, use the lowest f-number (aperture)

And for landscape photography, use a higher number to expand the focusing range. 

Setting proper aperture allows you to create fabulous pictures.

Perfect Camera Settings: Aperture

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