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Practice And Simulate SLR Settings Without An Actual Camera With CameraSim

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Like any other activities, when you practice using Digital Single-Lens Reflex (DSLR) camera, you skills will get better. The choice between a point-and-shoot and SLR camera comes down to how much control you want to have over your camera settings. Professional and wannabes choose SLR to take better control over the lighting, ISO, aperture, shutter, and distance to get the best and personalize settings for their shoot. Changing these settings will affect the camera exposure which will lead to the final product. Experimenting with exposure is not easy, you may end up taking hundreds of photos until you achieve your desired output. To help you understand and experiment without an actual camera is a simulation tool called CameraSim. It is an online simulator where you can learn about ISO, aperture and shutter speed settings, and shooting under various lighting conditions without using an actual SLR.

Practice And Simulate SLR Settings Without An Actual Camera With CameraSim

From the website, you can change several settings as if your using an actual camera. You can change the ISO, aperture, shutter speed, lighting, distance and focal length just by dragging the slide bars. Click the Snap Photo button like clicking the shutter button of a camera to capture the subject using the settings you have defined.

There are also basic description of these different settings at the bottom of the page which are useful for neophytes. CameraSim is a great tool for people learning camera exposure and guide for experienced ones. You can use is right away without installation.

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