Aperture Priority (AV) Part 1 – Wide Lens

Aperture Priority (also known as Aperture Value or AV for short) is one of the most useful of your camera’s ‘program’ modes. It allows you to be creative with depth of field – that’s how far sharpness extends into the image. In Aperture Priority pt 1 we’re going to look at how you might use it to select an aperture on a wide lens to get maximum depth of field, and how the camera will select a shutter speed to go with it; ensuring your exposure is correct. Hope you enjoy and get loads from our videos – and please don’t forget to share them….
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