I have a very basic aperture question. It is my understanding that: Lower F-stop (wider aperture) = more light to come in > which allows a faster shutter speed (assuming to achieve same exposure) > which will result a shallower depth.On the other hand Higher F-stop (narrower aperture) = less light to come in > which requires a slower shutter speed (assuming to achieve the same exposure) > which will result a lager field depth. The following websites seems to contradict to each other…. According to Camera Exposure: Aperture, ISO & Shutter Speed which states “How it Appears. A camera's aperture setting is what determines a photo's depth of field (the range of distance over which objects appear in sharp focus). Lower f-stop values correlate with a shallower depth of field:” According to Aperture Value and Expression*|*DIGITAL CAMERA LUMIX*|*Customer Support*|*Panasonic which states “A brighter lens with a large aperture (F) value has a shallower depth of field, thus producing greater blurriness.” Am I missing something ? And which one is correct?