Aperture at f/5.6
  • f/1.4
  • f/2
  • f/2.8
  • f/4
  • f/5.6
  • f/8
  • f/11
  • f/16
  • f/22
  • f/32

💡 Remember:

  • ◉ The Aperture is the opening in the lens that let light in to expose the camera sensor.
  • ◉ Wider apertures (smaller f-stop numbers) mean shallower depth of field. Less will be in focus. This can be used for creative effects.
  • ◉ Apertures that are really closed-down (starting at around f/22 and up) can cause diffraction. This varies with each lens, but it's generally a good idea to avoid using very closed-down apertures for this reason.
  • ◉ Along with shutter speed and ISO, aperture is the 3rd variable in the  exposure triangle.