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[Simple Guide to Photography] Taking photos is one of the most simplest things ever, 3 year olds even know how to do it. But understanding how photography actually works is a whole different ball game. There is a lot more to photography than just having lots of megapixels. This great infographic puts photography into real simple language for anyone to understand.
Say NO to Auto~3 Basic steps to Understanding Manual Camera Settings
Say NO to Auto ~ 3 Basic steps to Understanding Manual Camera Settings | Capturing Joy with KristenDuke.com
Aperture is the opening in the camera that adjusts how much light you want to let in for your photo. The lower the aperture number, (ie: 1.8, 2, 3.5) the more blurred your background will be. (Or foreground if you want to focus on the background.) The higher the aperture number, (ie: 16, 22) the more everything will be in focus. It is good to remember that there is not just one way to take a well-lit photograph-- photography has equivalents. This means that you can have a dark room with an apert