Today’s cameras are getting better and better, aren’t they? As a matter of fact, I have a camera phone that takes some crazy sharp pictures with extraordinary color, all at the click of a button. However, there are plenty of times where I would like to tell the camera what to do, how to see my subject the way I want it seen, and that is when I need to take control and manipulate some of the settings to get the results I want.
There are three main camera settings to do this, namely, Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO. And don’t count yourself out if you don’t have a dslr camera. Lots of point and shoots these days allow you to change all three of these things, even my camera phone allows me to change the ISO). Let’s start with setting the aperture.
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