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Aperture vs shutter speed

Posted on Friday, February 10 2006 @ 07:11:46 CET by

Digital Grabber wrote an article on how the aperture and shutter speed features on your cameras work:

Shutter speed and aperture values are at a constant tug-of-war concerning light. Suppose someone was a handed a camera and was told that its aperture and shutter settings were set to ensure proper exposure using a shutter speed of 1/60th and an aperture of F/8. However, suppose that they wanted a faster shutter speed to capture a moving object, so they set the shutter speed to 1/250 and took a picture, they would get an underexposed photo because they didn't allow the film to be exposed for the 1/60th of a second it needed..
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