APERTURE [ˈapərˌCHər, ˈapərˌCHo͝or]
aperture (noun) · apertures (plural noun)
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1. Aperture definition is - an opening or open space : hole
2. How to use Aperture in a sentence.
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4. Aperture can be defined as the opening in a lens through which light passes to enter the camera. It is an easy concept to understand if you just think about how your eyes work
5. The word Aperture simply means an opening, and that’s exactly what the Aperture of a lens is
6. By changing the Aperture setting, you increase or …
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13. Put most simply – Aperture is ‘the opening in the lens.’ When you hit the shutter release button of your camera a hole opens up that allows your cameras image sensor to catch a glimpse of the scene you’re capturing
14. The Aperture you set impacts the size of that hole.
15. In optics, an Aperture is a hole or an opening through which light travels. More specifically, the Aperture and focal length of an optical system determine the cone angle of a bundle of rays that come to a focus in the image plane.
16. Another is as an opening or Aperture in an object, like a tunnel through a mountain or the punches in three-ring binder paper
17. Aperture is an adjustable opening inside your lens that allows light to pass through to the imaging sensor in the camera body
18. An easy way to visualize Aperture is to think of it in terms of the human eye
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21. Aperture refers to the opening of a lens's diaphragm through which light passes
22. An Aperture is an opening, usually a small one
23. “If you can thread the silk through that Aperture and pull it out the other side, we can knot it and create a loop.” The most common place you’ll find Aperture is when you’re talking about cameras or photography.
24. 4 synonyms of Aperture from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 41 related words, definitions, and antonyms
25. Also called Aperture stop.Optics
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27. See also relative Aperture [C15: from Late Latin apertūra opening, from Latin aperīre to open]
28. Aperture is the opening of the lens through which light passes
29. When you hit the shutter release button to take the picture, the camera Aperture opens to the predetermined width, letting a specific amount of light through
30. A large Aperture lets more light in, and vice versa
31. Aperture is calibrated in f/stops, written in numbers like 1.4, 2, 2.8
32. Aperture is measured in f-stops, such as f/16 and f/4, but here’s the thing: The smaller the f-stop number, the larger the opening, and vice versa
33. Aperture controls both depth of field and exposure — widening the Aperture to blur out the background will also brighten the photo
34. Advanced photographers will use shutter speed and ISO to balance out the exposure, but there is a way to control Aperture and still properly expose the photo even if you have no idea what ISO and shutter speed are.
35. The Aperture is a small set of blades in the lens that controls how much light will enter the camera
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37. Aperture is defined by the size of the opening through which light can enter the camera
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39. Camera Aperture and Depth of Field
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41. Quit Aperture when processing is complete
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44. Aperture is a discontinued image organizer that was developed by Apple for the macOS operating system
45. What does Aperture mean? The definition of an Aperture is a crevice, hole, or separation
46. (noun) An example of an Aperture is the opening in a ca
47. Aperture, in optics, the maximum diameter of a light beam that can pass through an optical system
48. The size of an Aperture is limited by the size of the mount holding the optical component, or the size of the diaphragm placed in the bundle of light rays
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51. An Aperture stop is the opening which limits the amount of light which passes through an optical system
52. For example, the adjustable diaphragm near the front of a compound camera lens is the Aperture …
53. The numerical Aperture of a microscope objective is a measure of its ability to gather light and resolve fine specimen detail at a fixed object distance
54. Aperture is the opening in the lens which lets light through to the camera’s sensor; A large Aperture lets in more light than a small Aperture; Aperture is one of the three component parts of the Exposure Triangle; In Aperture Priority mode you take direct control of Aperture
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58. Aperture [ap´er-chur] opening
59. Inferior Aperture of minor pelvis (inferior Aperture of pelvis) pelvic outlet
60. Numerical Aperture an expression of the measure of efficiency of a microscope objective
61. Superior Aperture of minor pelvis (superior Aperture of pelvis) pelvic inlet