This week I was to play with the camera on "A" mode....it makes the background fuzzy. I tried both outside and inside.
Pioneer Woman says " For instance, when I take photos of my children, I know I want the Aperture number to be quite low (wide open) so that the subject will be in focus and the background will be blurred. That’s my—ready?—PRIORITY for this shot—a wide open aperture. I don’t want to mess around with figuring out the Shutter Speed side of things, so I’ll let the camera figure that out." So set your dial to "A" when photographing children, the camera will do the rest for you. GOT IT! Whew, I'm learning. and I wanna take photos of kids, so this is important to me.
f/22Inside photos were taken one day. I was so confused, I couldn't focus and had to focus manually. I then re-read week one and the next day was able to get the outdoor shots without zooming. I figured things out a little better.