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  1. M Shrestha

    you explain things very well for a novice like me. thank you for making this great video!

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  2. Carlos Lugo

    I have learned know what is about the mystery of aperture. Knowing what is aperture I know now that I used like to shoot the objects in wide aperture. Thanks for the great educational video!

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  3. Luci Lucy

    nice video! , what about if you get closer to the subject , how the focus area will behave ?

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  4. viena-lara

    what is the shutter speed in every aperture u did? i only have the lens accompanied in the box.. i've been watching your tutorials.. but i'm having a hard time since this was my first time to use a DSLR camera.. thank you

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  5. Mr Z

    I'm a medical professional by trade and I'm loving my new hobby. Photography has always been an interest for me and now it's my life long hobby (which I just really started). I found this video very helpful, informative and your teaching skills are superb. My starting camera is a Nikon D3300 and so far, it's a really good camera for me. So, keep up the good work on the videos and thank you so much for your information.

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  6. blueckaym

    "you'll often see them with 'f' infront of them, and maybe with slash …"
    I'm amazed how little, most photographers know about the physics behind what they're doing (very often doing quite well)! 😀

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  7. Indiana Jones

    very informative I have subscribed to your channel hopefully will learn more things from you.

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  8. FAautobahn A

    Very helpful. Saw many videos but never got from them how a bigger aperture opening gives less of area in focus, and a smaller aperture opening gives more in focus. Thank you so much.

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  9. Rukaiya

    Oh My! This video was sooo helpful. The theory of aperture was always confusing for me. That's why I read many articles, saw videos n all but understood some part of it but was still confused. This video of urs was so awesome that by just watching it once I understood the whole concept. Thanks a ton!

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  10. Rukaiya

    Oh My! This video was sooo helpful. The theory of aperture was always confusing for me. That's why I read many articles, saw videos n all but understood some part of it but was still confused. This video of urs was so awesome that by just watching it once I understood the whole concept. Thanks a ton!

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  11. PhilsComputerLab

    I like the idea with the ruler, but not sure why the actual photos weren't shown.

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  12. Clinton Burrows

    Thank you for an amazing tutorial. SO many people have tried to explain this ''simply'' and have failed, but you have done it. What i like about your teaching is that you associate the photography terminology with simply terminology which then allows us to make the association in our minds. You have a gift for teaching. Keep up the great work. I look forward to seeing more of it.

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  13. Lori Dethlefs

    This is a GREAT video!  I love photography as a hobby but always found the vocabulary to be a hurdle.  I had brain surgery a few years ago and my memory is just not what it use to be!  This video was SO great.  You really have a teaching gift and an ability to make complicated issues … simple.  I also loved your closing pictures by explaining that the big hole, means a smaller aperture and lots of light.  I appreciated this video.  Thanks, it is helping me to learn how to use my new Nikon D750.

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  14. blurrrryyy

    This is useful and i have tried it while watching the video. Finally, i understand the difference between wider and smaller aperture. Thank you so much for this tutorial 🙂

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  15. Datta Chhotu

    Aperture, Shutter Speed, ISO, & Light Explained-Understanding Exposure & Camera Settings can u expel with D3200 nikon. plz

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  16. adriano raffaele

    Very well described I now know a little more than I did before watching so thank you.

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  17. Derek Coe

    Was really struggling with f numbers/aperture etc but tried your experiment and it made sense! Fantastic tutorial, thank you!

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  18. Sic Lusifer

    So basically if I want to take a pic of some scenery (for personal use-nothing professional here) I have to use a smaller aperture (to have a wider depth of field) causing the image to be darker which forces me to switch to a slower shutter speed, higher ISO and using a tripod, its all a vicious circle.  :/

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  19. Peter G

    Really good tutorial, so I hope you can help. I've noticed that focal length and distance from the subject alters my depth of field. I am using a kit zoom lens. So I use the telephoto end, and then move forward or back to compose the shot. I was thinking however, primarily is this correct procedure (portraits) and secondly am I missing any interesting effects if I used different focal lengths and distances.

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  20. Erika Ross

    I got a camera for Christmas and I'm getting quite frustrated because I'm not managing to grasp any of the concepts I've been taught and I've read many books and watched many youtube videos. Whenever I try something that's not on automatic mode it turns out to be a horrible picture. I'd really like to be able to take amazing photos without auto mode but I can't seem to do so.

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  21. nikki nicole

    Thank you. This was very helpful and the teaching made it easy to understand.

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  22. ayjaymill

    Thank you for this tutorial! It really helped to clear up Aperature! I look forward to trying these tips out when I am out and about with my DSLR.

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