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anonymous
 3 years ago
True or false.
The smaller the fstop, or fvalue, the larger the opening in the aperture is.
Shutter speed affects how much light enters the camera, while aperture affects how long the light enters the camera.
Most photographs will be made using a shutter speed of 1/60 or faster.
The fstops are typically expressed as f/number
anonymous
 3 years ago
True or false. The smaller the fstop, or fvalue, the larger the opening in the aperture is. Shutter speed affects how much light enters the camera, while aperture affects how long the light enters the camera. Most photographs will be made using a shutter speed of 1/60 or faster. The fstops are typically expressed as f/number

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