Question by b&b photography: What is the ideal aperture and shutter speed settings for outdoor pictures?
I am a photographer, and I want another PROFESSIONAL photographers opinion on what the ideal aperture and shutter speed combination is for outdoor pictures.
Answer by Pylon
Depends completely on the situation.
Ideally, in broad daylight, use f/8-f/11 and whatever shutter speed your meter selects.
Cloudy day, if you can manage a high enough shutter speed, use that too, but go wider if it’s too dark.
In low light, wide open or a tripod if possible.
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