understanding aperture ~ a little help from my friends {charlotte lifestyle photographer}

Teaching and explaining camera settings can be completely confusing… if you make it that way 🙂  This is such a strong visual to explain aperture to a new photographer learning the exposure triangle! Since my boys would not sit still long enough for me to do this demonstration I got a little help from their friends the “Little People”. I have seen this exercise done before but it is amazing to actually do it myself and see the impact. We will be reviewing this and SO much more as part of my Mamarazzi class in a few weeks 🙂

Enjoy!

aperture examples - teaching aperture

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Beth Wade is a Charlotte, NC photographer specializing in modern family, baby and newborn photography. Serving North & South Carolina, Lake Wylie, Lake Norman, Huntersville, Cornelius, Davidson, Matthews, Gaston, York County and communities of Southpark, Ballantyne, Montibello, Myers Park, Dilworth, Quail Hollow, Baxter Village and the Palisades.

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2 thoughts on “understanding aperture ~ a little help from my friends {charlotte lifestyle photographer}

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