Featured Post from Dalsgaard’s Mini Cornerby, 13-02-2014 at 05:57 PM (Dalsgaard’s Mini Corner)
Aperture is the opening within a lense, that allows light to hit the camera’s sensor. The size of the aperture is expressed in f-numbers (called f-stops), with lower numbers being larger apertures. In combination with ISO and shutter speed, aperture size is one of the most important settings when photographing miniatures.
A large aperture opening (low f-stop) allows more light to hit the camera sensor, while a small aperture opening (high f-stop) allows less light to hit the sensor. ...