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The Effect of Aperture/F-Stop on Depth of Field - Photography
Aperture is measured by F-Stop on your camera controls. F-Stop settings represent a ratio derived from the size of the lens opening and focal length. Aperture ...
Measuring Aperture - Photography - About.com
Aperture is measured using F-Stops. F-Stop numbers represent a fractional formula representation of the amount of light allowed to pass through the aperture.
What Is Depth of Field? - Photography - About.com
Aperture/F-Stop; Lens; Subject Distance. While the camera can actually only focus on one tiny point in space, the depth of field determines how much of the ...
Digital Camera Glossary: F-stop
The digital camera glossary defines the f-stop, short for focal-stop, as the numerical measurement of the aperture settings in a digital camera lens.
What Are F-Stops - Digital Cameras - About.com
Use these tips to learn more about using f-stops with your DSLR camera's lenses.
Understanding Aperture and How to Use It in Photography
F-stops pass through a huge range, particularly on DSLR lenses. Your minimum and maximum f-stop numbers will depend, however, on the quality of your lens.
Camera Term: F-stop - Desktop Video - About.com
Definition: A method to change the intensity of light captured by a camcorder. Each "stop" is marked with its corresponding f-number and represents a halving of ...
What Is Depth of Field - Digital Cameras - About.com
Other photos look better with a small depth of field. You can control depth of field by changing the aperture of the lens, which is designated by an f-stop number.
Tips for Taking Digital Pictures in Bright Sun - Phoenix - About.com
A digital image will show much more detail in a print if you are just a little bit underexposed. Keep the f-stop constant and try different exposures by adjusting the ...
Dynamic Range - What Your Eye Sees That Your Camera Does Not
The human eye can see over 20 f-stop equivalents in a scene because the eye constantly adjusts. While we think of a scene as one solid image, our eyes are ...
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