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Photography Basics: Aperture

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Sep 182012
 
Photography Basics: Aperture

  There is a lot of information out there on the web and some of it can be very confusing and hard to absorb so I decided to do a series of posts that talk quickly and in non-technical jargon so that it may be easier to understand. First topic is Aperture. What is Aperture? Aperture is the size of the hole inside the lens. It is also called a F-Stop. Photographers use these terms interchangeably, but they mean the exact same thing. They allow light to pass through the lens and onto your sensor or film.  So why is […]