Aperture is the measurement of how opened or closed the Iris of the lens is. It allows more or less light to come through the camera and reach the sensor and it controls the depth of field of an image. The aperture is controlled by an F stop number. For example, F1.4 is the lowest, … More Aperture
Shutter Speed is the amount of time the digital sensor inside the camera is exposed to light. A faster shutter speed of 800 is better used for sports photography or action shots because it will close the shutter faster. A slower shutter speed of 80 will keep the shutter opened longer and the image will … More Shutter Speed
In this Video I will show you the basics in editing a RAW file Photo through Photoshop.