Basic Lesson – What Is A Camera ?

So what‘s the camera? The camera is a tool. No different from carving a wood carver.The chisel does not make works of fine art is created, not wood carvers. This is the same way with your camera. The camera does not make images, but you did it. The camera is just a tool for you and you have to use it as a tool only.



Broken down into essential elements, the camera is a box that controls the amount oflight reaching a photo sensitive film or on other surfaces. The original cameras did not even have a glass lens. The first camera using a small hole in the front of the box to allow light and to focus the image onto the surface view. This is the same principle as when the kids hit the pinhole into a piece of paper to watch the solar eclipse projected through the pinhole and onto the ground.


Day camera uses glass lenses to focus and catch the light much more quickly and toenable us to enlarge the image. The film is far more sensitive and finely detailed than the surface of the first movie and now we also have a digital sensor which sometimes takes the place of film. today also has a camera shutter that controls the light from reaching the film or sensor with the touch of a button and have a strong flashes to help illuminate the scene. Cameras have come a long way from its humble beginnings, but still just a box that controls the amount of light reaching the film piece.




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