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Exposure is determined by the combination of shutter speed and aperture (f-number).
Shutter speed: Speeds faster than one second are shown as fractions (e.g.: …1/125, 1/160, 1/200, 1/250…).
Blur caused by subject movement is referred to as “subject blur” or “motion blur”; blur caused by camera movement (“camera shake”) is referred to as “camera blur.” The results in both cases are similar, but whereas blur caused by subject movement is generally regarded as a legitimate way of expressing motion in photographs, blur caused by camera shake is frequently seen as a flaw.
While camera blur does not necessarily render a photograph a failure, caution should be observed to avoid unintentional camera blur.
The higher the f-number, the darker the image projected on the image sensor, and the darker the resulting photograph.
On the other hand, the lower the f-number, the brighter the image projected on the image sensor, and the brighter the resulting photograph.