Thanks , what do you usually have your shutter at? (I've had my camera for a while but am just now starting to want to take quality pictures and not just use the pre-programmed settings, so sorry if I sound like a n00b)
No problem It depends on the lighting. Shutter speed is probably the setting i change the most. All settings kind of work in conjunction with each other. If you put your iso up, you'll have to adjust your shutter speed and aperture as well. One doesn't ever really stay the same.