|Mar 14, 2010, 11:45 AM||#2|
I've never used the camera but it looks like there is a mode dial on top. You will need to set that to Av which will let you set the aperture and the camera will choose a shutter speed accordingly. It looks like you'll be using the main dial to change the aperture.
|Mar 14, 2010, 01:38 PM||#3|
If the problem is you're not seeing much difference when you try varying the aperture, that's more a function of the tiny sensor size. A point and shoot is not going to offer the control over subject isolation that one can get with a larger sensor camera.
If your question was simply technical - literally "how do I do it?" - then feel free to ignore this post.
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