Posts Tagged ‘aperture priority’

Depth of Field (some card tricks to help)

When I bought my first DSLR camera (upgrading from a point and shoot) I imagined the buying a “decent” camera would instantly improve my photography. Buying this camera, I assumed would bring outstanding quality to my images and I had visions of my masterpieces being exhibited and published. Students our courses at Beck Photographic told […]

Aperture Priority

Aperture priority, often abbreviated Av (for Aperture value) or A on a camera mode dial, is a setting that allows the user to choose a specific aperture value while the camera selects a shutter speed to match. The camera will ensure proper exposure. This is different from manual mode, where the user must decide both […]