5.1 | Aperture and Depth of Field
5.2 | Shutter speed
5.3 | ISO
5.4 | The exposure triangle
5.5 | Histogram
5.6 | Bracketing
5.7 | White balance
described in Section 4.1, the aperture controls the size of the opening of the
camera lens, which means it controls the amount of light received by the
sensor. The higher the so-called f-number, the less light falls on the sensor.
Another photographic phenomenon that can be adjusted by means of the aperture
is the so-called depth of field. This is the area between the area in focus and
the out-of-focus area of a photograph.