A camera setting that allows the user to choose a specific aperture value while the camera selects the correct shutter speed to ensure proper exposure. The main purpose of using a camera in aperture variance mode is to control the depth of field.
A little about me.
I’m an Australian photographer with a European background.
I’ve been taking photos for around 20 years, although it only became a passion when faced with an opportunity to live in Poland in 2011. I was able to practice and experiment on a weekly basis thanks to the possibilities of traveling extensively throughout Europe. I have since moved back to Australia and currently reside in Melbourne. Now I’m looking forward to putting myself to the test back home.
I would like to consider my portfolio as diverse, although I do tend to lean towards architecture and landscape photography. I follow photographers around the world in order to develop my craft, and I look forward to your feedback to help me improve my photos.
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