Hi, I am having a hard time understanding a concept even after doing searches on here and on the internet. So my kit lens is f/3.5-5.6 and at certain focal lengths I can get it opened up to f/3.5. However I am curious as to why I can stop it all the way down to f/22 or greater even though the lens indicates 3.5-5.6. Does that range only refer to how much you can open it up at its respective focal lengths (18-55mm)? In other words is that range just indicating the lowest (biggest aperture) end of things and not the upper? If that is true, is it safe then to assume that all lenses can stop down to the greater numbers like f/22 or greater? Does the camera body play into any of this? Thank you!