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How does aperture affect exposure? [duplicate]

I've heard that aperture can change the exposure, but I would like to know if this is true, and how it does it. P.S. I hope this question isn't dumb like my last two.
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Aperture, Canon Eos 1200D, Am a beginner [duplicate]

If we change aperture..does it affect on lighting conditions? Or only shutter speed affects light..?
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What should I set my aperture to when there's a lot of light outside? [duplicate]

I'm just looking for a simple reminder when it comes to aperture, such as: when there's a lot of light in the atmosphere where a photo is exposed, the aperture should be low, or something. The more ...
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How does aperture affect focus area? [duplicate]

How does the aperture affect the focus area? Here are some examples: With an 35mm(50mm)/f1.8 prime lens What f-value will bring a group of people standing in five rows into focus? What f-value will ...
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How can I use aperture to make my pictures better? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What is aperture, and how does it affect my photographs? I've recently started trying to change the aperture level on my camera to get cool effects, and I would like to know ...
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How do different apertures affect photographs? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What is aperture, and how does it affect my photographs? As an amateur photographer, can someone explain to me how different apertures affect photographs?
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Why do my photos appear more in focus when I use a long exposure? [duplicate]

Why does an unfocused lens still give a focused view with a longer exposure? For example, I took an out-of-focus photo with a ¹⁄₁₀th second exposure (at f/7.1), but when I change to 10 seconds (at f/...
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Choosing the proper aperture [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What is aperture, and how does it affect my photograph? I have just started learning photography. One question for which I am still not able to find a good answer is how one ...
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How do I prevent my camera/lens from focusing on only a subject? [duplicate]

I have a Canon 70D and am using a 50mm lens. I want to prevent it from focusing on a subject all the time. Instead, I want everything to be in focus like you get with a kit lens (18-135 etc.). I have ...
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Can someone give me an. Example of when you would want to stop down? I do this manually? I just purchased a Canon 3Ti with a Canon 18-200 lens [duplicate]

Can someone give me an. Example of when you would want to stop down? Do I do this manually? I just purchased a Canon 3Ti with a Canon 18-200 IS lens. We will be shooting outdoor sporting events also ...
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What is Aperture in Camera? [duplicate]

This is first of my few questions coming up on cameras. I cannot ask all in one question as they relate to different topics. My first question: What is Aperture in Camera? Why Having a bigger ...
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What is the effect of changing the Aperture [duplicate]

What is the effect of changing the Aperture on the quality of the image?
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Aperture of Photography [duplicate]

I am a beginner. Can anyone state what it means if anyone says "The aperture of the photo/pic is not correct."? I donot know what actually aperture means.
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What exactly determines depth of field?

There are several questions here about the definition of depth of field, about focal length, and about subject distance. And of course there's the basic how does aperture affect my photographs. And ...
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What does f-stop mean?

What does f-stop mean? Is it the same thing when people say "2 stops" for example?

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