Monday, January 5, 2015

Top 5 Posts on Aperture

In honor of the New Year, Boost Your Photography is spending the month of January featuring collections of top posts across a variety of topics. Today's post highlights top 5 posts about aperture. Previous top posts have  covered camera settingsexposurephone photographyDIY photography hackscompositionlenses and accessoriestop photography ideas, and macro photography.

Top Posts on Aperture

  • Aperture. This top-ranked aperture post includes a useful visual graph that summarizes the entire range of the aperture spectrum, including changes in the amount of light recorded and how much of the photograph will be in focus.

  • Aperture and the F/Stop Conundrum. Do f/stops confuse you? This introductory post on aperture clarifies the language of aperture and its connection to light and f/stops. The next three posts break this information down to focus on a specific segment of the aperture spectrum. 

  • What an Aperture of F/1.8 Can Do for You. Get a handle on aperture by focusing in on the wide end of the aperture spectrum. Find out the benefits of wide aperture and how to get those out-of-focus bokeh background shots.

  • What an Aperture of F/22 Can Do for You. The narrow end of the aperture spectrum provides a wide field of focus but requires a longer shutter speed or higher ISO. Find out how to balance those demands for that perfect shot.

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