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Exposure is the total amount of light allowed to fall on a sensor or film during the taking of a photograph. This is determined by the exposure time (shutter speed) and amount of light admitted (lens aperture). Today, sensor/film sensitivity (ISO speed) is often also considered to be part of exposure.

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wont impact the exposure in a noticeable way. There are other issues. When you shoot heavily stopped down (e.g. f/22), all light comes from a very small area near the center of the lens axis and is …
answered Mar 11 by Tim Campbell
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DSLR cameras with articulated reflex mirrors that swing clear when taking an exposure locate metering and focus sensors in different parts of the camera. The metering sensor is usually located up in …
answered Mar 27 by Tim Campbell