Look at any photography forum and by far, the most common question beneath any photo will be: "what were your settings?" By and large, that's the wrong question to ask, however.
Coming to you from Mike Browne, this great video talks about the issue of camera settings and their impact on a picture, particularly from a learning perspective. It's easy for beginners and seasoned pros alike to fall into the habit of thinking the basic camera settings are the code to an image, but the simple truth is that settings are a small part of all the aspects of a photo, and as Browne mentions, unless you're taking your shot in the exact same conditions as the one you're using the parameters from, you're unlikely to get the same image anyway. Instead, Browne advocates not just understanding the role settings play in a realistic fashion, but rewiring your thinking entirely: "settings don't make the picture; pictures make the settings." It's a good mantra to remember, as previsualization of the image you want to create leads to an automatic determination of the settings and creates a more purposeful process in general, as opposed to hoping to luck into the right combination of parameters.