It’s like a chicken and egg quandary. What do I do? Should I buy an expensive Digital SLR (single-lens reflex) camera first and hit the ground running, or do I learn the basics of photography before I plonk down the serious cash.

Learning the basics of photography makes sense because it helps not only in photography but also in understanding the type of camera one eventually buys.

Thanks to a few camera simulators available on the web (and also on smartphones), you don’t have to stay in theory. You can, in fact, try out the basics virtually when it comes to aperture, shutter speed, ISO, focal length et al.

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It’s like a chicken and egg quandary. What do I do? Should I buy an expensive Digital SLR (single-lens reflex) camera first and hit the ground running, or do I learn the basics of photography before I plonk down the serious cash.

Learning the basics of photography makes sense because it helps not only in photography but also in understanding the type of camera one eventually buys.

Thanks to a few camera simulators available on the web (and also on smartphones), you don’t have to stay in theory. You can, in fact, try out the basics virtually when it comes to aperture, shutter speed, ISO, focal length et al.

© 2014-2018 Park Cameras, York Road, Victoria Business Park, Burgess Hill, West Sussex, RH15 9TT | VAT No. GB 315 9441 58 | Registered Company No. 1449928

It’s like a chicken and egg quandary. What do I do? Should I buy an expensive Digital SLR (single-lens reflex) camera first and hit the ground running, or do I learn the basics of photography before I plonk down the serious cash.

Learning the basics of photography makes sense because it helps not only in photography but also in understanding the type of camera one eventually buys.

Thanks to a few camera simulators available on the web (and also on smartphones), you don’t have to stay in theory. You can, in fact, try out the basics virtually when it comes to aperture, shutter speed, ISO, focal length et al.

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