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I'm currently a beginner when it comes to 3D modelling but doing okay so far. I'm struggling a bit when it comes to the final renders of my scene, specifically on the camera view I want. Sometimes its to zoomed in and sometimes to zoomed out that it's gone out of the environment of the blender. I realized the settings for the camera on blender are for actual cameras / photography and I'm no expert on that too. A tip on how to control them precisely would be nice. Thank you.

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  • $\begingroup$ Press number pad '0' to go into camera view. $\endgroup$ – Ron Jensen Aug 8 '20 at 18:37
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Go into camera view (Numpad 0) and use Lock Camera to View.

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Then, navigate as you would normally do in the 3d viewport using the mouse or the keyboard.

Numpad 4 and Numpad 6 will rotate left right.

Numpad 8 and Numpad 2 will rotate up and down

Numpad + and Numpad - willmove the camera forward and back

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Or Use Fly/Walk mode:

https://docs.blender.org/manual/en/latest/editors/3dview/navigate/walk_fly.html?highlight=walk%20mode

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