How does the shutter affect exposure?

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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 to the light. The longer your shutter is open, the brighter the picture will come out - and your images will be more blurred if you move the camera. The faster the shutter is closed, your images will be darker, and less blurred when moving the camera. Hope his helps!
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