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  1. Jodi cook says:

    Great article and cleared a lot of things up for me! Thank you

  2. Jody says:

    Great article! I’m a portrait photographer and I always struggle with wanting to shoot wide open but end up closing down my aperture because I want to make sure everyone is in focus therefore sacrificing some of the bokeh.

    On the last photo with the 135mm lens, what aperture did you shoot?

  3. Sian Dear says:

    This is so nicely put – thank you

  4. Alyssa says:

    Thank you!! I recently took family pictures and I am blurry in almost all of them (when I am standing behind my husband and son). I couldn’t figure out why, but now I know, I had the camera set at f/1.8 to get my blurry background. Thank you for posting about this!!

  5. KIM TIPTON says:

    This is so helpful. I am a new photographer and have had my camera for 4 years but have been on auto most of the time. I am trying to come out of my shell and get to manual. The more I read the more I am starting to understand about the exposure triangle. Thanks for the tips!

  6. Leah says:

    Very laid out tips thank you!

  7. Sio says:

    This is so clearly written and easy to understand. Thank you!

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