How do aperture and shutter speed affect exposure?

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Aperture is hole that shutter creates to let in light to compose your image. The bigger the aperture, or smaller the f-stop (f/2), lets in more light. The shutter speed is how fast the shutter opens and closes. This has a major part to do with the lighting and whether the motion in your picture will freeze or blur. A high shutter speed (1/4000) will freeze all motion but majorily decrease light.
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How important is it that aperture and shutter speed are interconnected?

Aperture (the physical size of the lens opening) and shutter speed together control the amount of exposure, the total light that is allowed to strike the film or sensor.

Is exposure composed of shutter speed and aperture in various combinations?

Yes. Sensitivity of the film is also a factor in correct exposure, as are the processing conditions, though the latter are less significant as a variable in a very tightly con

How would you set the ISO for shutter speed and aperture for correct exposure on a rainy day and why?

The ISO speed, shutter, and aperture are all interconnected. There is never necessarily one "correct" setting for all 3. However, if you're not shooting on a tripod, you proba

When you open up your aperture or change your shutter speed by one full stop you are changing the exposure by?

100%............If for example 1/30 of a second at f5.6 is equal to the correct exposure. By increasing the shutter speed by 100% to 1/60 of a second and leaving the apertu

What effect do aperture and shutter speed have on exposure?

Each of these directly effect the overall exposure. Aperture adjusts the size of the opening that lets light comes through. The bigger the opening, the more light that hits

How does shutter speed and aperture relate to film speed?

The lower the film speed the more light (aperture) and time (shutter speed) you need to penetrate the film emulsion that contains the reactive chemicals that produce the negat

How does shutter speed effect exposure?

The faster your shutter speed is, the more underexposed (darker) your subject/ scene will be. fast shutter speeds include 1/200th of a second, 1/320, 1/400, 1/500, 1/640, 1/80

Shutter speed and aperture relationship?

Shutter speed is the amount of time that the camera's shutter (which lets the light coming in through the lens onto the film/chip inside the camera) is open. Aperture is the s

What else do aperture and shutter speed control?

Aperture and shutter speed control the amount of light that passes from the lens to the film or digital sensor of a camera. Aperture is the size of the opening within the lens

What effect does aperture and shutter speed have on exposure?

Aperture limits the amount of light that can reach the film (or sensor). The larger the aperture the greater the depth of field (subjects in the distance will be in focus). Th
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How does the shutter affect exposure?

The shutter affects exposure by working with the aperature to control the light in an image. Shutter speeds vary for as long as you would like the "film" (CCD sensor) exposed
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How does the aperture affect exposure?

If you think about your lens like a papertowel tube over your eye. Now constrict the tube so that it is thinner. This is what the aperature ring does on the end of your lens;
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On a manually-operated camera exposures can be made or manipulated with the shutter speed and the aperture one of these controls the output of the flash do you know which one?

The answer is Aperture. The Shutter Speed does not affect Flashoutput. You can prove this by setting up a camera with a flash in aroom where you can control the lighting. Phot