What I want to know is the aperture numbers.
What is the larger aperture f/numbers in lens that lets in more light?
What is the lower aperture f/numbers in lens that let less light in?
Because I read this
A larger aperture with a (smaller f/ number) will have a very (narrow) depth of field
A larger aperture will let in more light but will have a very (narrow) depth of field
But are these smaller f/numbers? he is talking about
A smaller aperture with a (larger f/ number) will have a (wide) depth of field.
A smaller aperture will let in less light but will have a larger (wide) depth of field
And again what do he mean in larger f/numbers?
I was told a larger aperture f/numbers start from 1.4, 1.8, 2.0, 2.8, 3.2,3.5,4.0 is this true?
A Lower aperture f/numbers start from 3.5,4.5,5.0,5.6,6.3,7.1,8.0,9.0 is this also true
Also smaller aperture f/numbers start from 10,11,13,14,16,18,20,22 is this ture again
I am so lost in all this (dof) and aperture numbers
Please understand I am new to all this aperture numbers and DSLR cameras but I would like to learn more.