When it comes to professional photography you will have to learn all about the settings on your camera. As you go on learning about your camera and photography you will get to see that if you set your camera at aperture priority f/4 with shutter speeds of 1/250sec will produce the same exposure as setting the aperture f/2.8 with shutter speed of 1/500 as well as give you the same exposure with 1/125 at f/4.
You will come to learn more on how much shutter speeds you will need as you progress in your photography. You will need to know more about shutter speeds because it determines how you catch each second you are trying to capture. Shutter speed and the lighting that comes into the camera go together that is why you see that aperture is always involved when it comes to the speed you want to catch a certain picture. You can set the camera to catch each second without missing anything. Let's say you are photographing a football game and don't want to miss the winning play, then all you have to do is set the shutter speed and off course the aperture priority and you will get every second of the winning play.
It would be wise to learn all this before getting serious with your camera. Learn what settings you have to adjust to as well as what level of speed the shutter has to be and what aperture it goes with. Try and get tips from already qualified photographers and don't be scared to practice that is the only way you will get to know your digital camera better.
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