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Aperture Priority is an Automatic mode. In all Auto Modes the camera will automatically set what it thinks is the correct exposure. Changing the Aperture, Shutter or ISO or will not change the exposure if any one of them are in "A" or "Auto". If you want additional control, you must use the Exposure Compensation dial to lighten or darken the photo.
Short answer: Assuming you're shooting in aperture priority mode, fiddling with the shutter speed or ISO actually won't change much. The exposure is automatically calculated by the camera for you and it tries to estimate what shutter speed + ISO will give you a correctly exposed photo. Assuming you're not happy with what you see after you take a photo using ...
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