Hi everyone, I'm basically new (again) to photography & am having trouble dealing with film speed, aperture, and f-stop settings on my ancient 35mm Minolta XE-7. Here's two starter questions: 1) If I am using ISO 100 BW photo print film in bright sunlight at F16, then my shutter speed can not be set at less than 1/125 unless I'm using a tripod? 2) If I want to change the f-stop to say, 5.6, to decrease the DOF, do I have to set the shutter speed to the last available speed of 1000 in order to get the exposure correct? If it helps, my subjects are stationary and I'm using only with 28mm and 55mm lenses for now. I would really appreciate any help in understanding the application of these give/get principles when it comes to exposure.