Photography Jobs : What Is an F-Stop?

The F-stop, additionally referred to as the aperture, describes the quantity of light that is let right into the electronic camera while taking a photo. Comprehend the scientific research behind the various F-stops with tips from a specialist photographer in this free video on cam settings.

Specialist: Rebecca Guenther
Biography: Rebecca Guenther is a photographer living in Austin, Texas.
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  1. @misskity6 I dont claim to know everything about photography. Hence I don’t
    make videos about it. I do, however know what an aperture is. 

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  3. Also I’m commenting on a video, if you put up a video you should get your
    facts straight. I didn’t criticize her grammar. Also aperture can be
    measured by width or area. So right back at you pal.

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  5. Can you post a video on F-stops for bolex cameras, that would be great!

  6. I love you !

  7. Thank you, that was Lovely

  8. Surely, the smaller the aperture, the shallower the depth of field. The
    larger, the deeper. Am I wrong? 

  9. @aDemiurge You’re wrong, it’s the other way around.

  10. what do people mean when they say “an f-stop faster than 2.8”? If the
    number just refers to an opening, what does this mean?

  11. appreciate the response

  12. FireBreathingPenguin

    When someone is talking about a “faster” lens and equating it to a smaller
    f/number, the “faster” is just meaning that the shutter speed can be set
    faster and the sensor will still get enough light to properly expose the
    image because the f/stop (iris) is open larger and is letting in more light
    to counteract the fact that the shutter is only open for 1/200 of a second
    or whatever. I hope that made some kind of sense lol.

  13. that made perfect sense, thanks,,

  14. Thank you and good job explaining

  15. Shes so pretty.

  16. thanks that was helpful 

  17. Yes! She is!

  18. That is dead-on-balls accurate!

  19. That is absolutely correct. Just samples of the same subject and set your
    to camera to Manual (Vary the Aperture opening) or use Aperture-Priority
    which will allow you to change the Aperture opening and how creamy-looking
    you can render the background regardless the lens size. Just from one end
    to the other end and you will understand further her definition of how the
    Aperture really works. All the Pros have learned the same way along with a
    little reading…Cheers!

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