Question by makavelli405: faster shutter speeds?
if I want shutter speeds, does this mean I need a wider aperture (small F #)
aperture mode? why wouldn’t it be in shutter mode instead?
Answer by fhotoace
Yes, using the reciprocity rule, you can increase the shutter speed by opening your lenses aperture from say f/16 to f/8 or more until you reach the highest shutter speed your camera supports. This only works if you have your camera set in the aperture priority mode.
Or you can use the meter in your camera to adjust the aperture and shutter speed as necessary.
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