Photography Tutorial & Tips – A detailed Photography Tutorial on “Aperture” with picture samples. This lesson is very basic and important for beginners.

Important Notes:

f/2 = bigger aperture (more light coming in) Perfect for blown up background
f/12 = smaller aperture (less light coming in) Suitable for big groups or landscape photography where you want everything to be sharp.

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44 Responses

  1. mohamed asif

    the video was very useful, i am an ameture and always had a confusion with shutter and aperture which now got cleared after viewing your video.  i have recently purchased a nikon d5300, trying to understand things everyday, just one small question, why the internal flash pops out in Auto mode though an external flash is fixed with the camera for more light.  infact both flashes burst out flash when picture shot.  please clarify if there is a technical issue with my camera.

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  2. jess

    Thank you so much for making this so easy to understand! I am as new as they come to cameras. I didn't know any of the terminology whatsoever and I am trying to gain add much knowledge as I can before my new camera comes in. This was so helpful and perfect for beginners. I will definitely be watching more of your videos!

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  3. Sandy McDaniel

    Thanks, this is my first exposure to "nice" digital photography. learned a lot.

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  4. Pam Poma

    Very easy to understand! Thanks for taking the time to do this!! 🙂

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  5. Erickson spyraz

    Very helpful to me but still getting trouble on getting appeture of what i want sir

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  6. MaldivesHolidayDeals

    Perfect, well explained.. Want to learn more. Thanks for the tutorial.

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  7. Bev Tromp

    Thank you so much for your videos, they are an absolute goldmine & have taught me so much.  I recently bought a Nikon D7100 & am still getting to know it..  but there's something that has me puzzled & I'm really hoping that you might be able to solve it.

    I have my focus set to AF-S as you suggested, single focus & metering set to Matrix. On the Control Panel, to the right of the little Matrix symbol there’s another little symbol but I have no idea what it is or why it’s there. It’s a little black square with two small white arrows, one on the left & one on the right side inside the little square, both pointing inwards.   It has to be something I’ve set on my camera, but I don’t know what. I’d really love to know what it is & if it should be there?

    Do you have any idea what it means?  Thank you in advance

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  8. Arturo Sánchez

    Aperture Laboratories logo makes so much sense now…I feel so dumb…

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  9. Russell Lowrey

    Great video for a beginner like myself.  I learned a lot from watching this video and will definitely watch more of your videos. Thanks for taking the time to produce them.

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  10. sparkledust7788

    Thank you sooo much! You explained this so well! I really did take notes like you said and I paused, stopped and rewound the video several times. It's very visual and definitely what I needed to get started in the world of DLSR. Thank you soo much again and I'll be sure to post to my FB page.

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  11. Garth Nosworthy

    Thank you for making it so easy to learn, I have only just subscribed to your channel and so looking forward to watching all your tutorial videos. I have learnt a lot in just 13 or so minutes!

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  12. Rebel Falcone

    I'm so glad that my daughter sent the link on your tutorial to me.  I've been so frustrated trying to learn about my camera and you make it sound so easy……I learned so much today.  Thank you, thank you, thank you!

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  13. JKD MMA

    Thank you very much for the video you made it very easy in understanding the concept about aperture. thank you

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  14. Anna Vlasak

    You are great at explaining i enjoy your videos please keep them coming    you..make it possible to learn…………

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  15. Ashish Deshmukh

    Very interesting video. I would like to learn more..do post more..thanks

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  16. Vanishing Rural Alberta..Canada

    well done,helped me a lot,to the point and not confuising..from an old guy :] thank you

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  17. Jessica Teo

    Thanks for this tutorial! I'm just getting keen for photography and really happy I found this video 🙂

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