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  1. aperture controls the are over which light can enter your camera
  2. shutter speed controls the duration of the exposure
  3. ISO speed controls the sensitivity of your camera’s sensor to a given amount of light exposure shows how light or dark an image will appear
  4. ISO speed controls thru duration of exposure
  5. shutter speed ‘s influence on exposure is perhaps the simplest of the three cameras
  6. you need three main factors width, duration, and quantity
  7. there are many different combinations of width, time, and quantity
  8. aperture affects depths of field, shutter speed affects motion blur, ISO speed affects imagine noise
  9. shutter speed and exposure time refer to the same thing, where a faster shutter speed means a shorter exposure time.
  10. shutter speed is a powerful tool for freezing or exaggerating the appearance of motion
  11. if a focused photo comes out blurred, you should increase shutter speed or keep hands steadier
  12. aperture is the setting in which light passes through your camera lens
  13. a camera’s aperture setting is what determines a photo’s depth of field
  14. depth of field is when one specific object pops out, because the background is mostly blurry
  15. the ISO speed determines how sensitive the camera is to incoming light
  16. an ISO speed in the range of 50-200 generally produces acceptably low image noise
  17. the T8I is touchscreen
  18. common ISO speeds include 100, 200, 400 and 800
  19. aperture is specified in terms of a f-stop value