A perso who take picture with camera?
A person who takes pictures with a camera is called the camera man.
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Answer . \nThis depends on what you mean by the first photo.\nMany people came up with impermanent photos using a camera abscura.The first\nphoto of known permanance took all afternoon,this is thought to be indicated by\nthe fact that there are no shadows and the seen is lit in a way that there …would have been shadows, in places where there should be ,had it been a faster shot.\nAlso,the chemicals used are slow to react.The medium was bismith of judea\nand lavender oil,it was taken in the begining of the 19th century. (MORE)
It's not just the lenses, of course. Lenses take light and focus it onto a surface that is sensitive to light, so that the surface can capture the image. It might be hard to imagine why this is necessary. Doesn't the camera "see" what the photographer is seeing?. Imagine that you are a little camer…a-elf wandering around on a film surface inside a camera, with the shutter open (light is coming in). Take a look at some object that's actually in front of you right now-- something on your desk, maybe. While looking at it, move your head a few inches. Do you still see it? But you (the camera-elf) are now on a different part of the film surface. Where is the picture of the object you are looking at supposed to go? Move again a few inches, and... you still see the object you are looking at. The reason the light around you makes sense to you is because it is being focused by the lenses of your eyes. Without such a system, the light coming into a camera is just a total blur. (MORE)
Answer . It depends what kind of person they are and if their married. Answer . It depends what kind of person they are and if their married. Answer . It depends what kind of person they are and if their married
There is a button you click it BAM. There is a button you click it BAM
Yes (of course, whatever you use will effectively become a camera, but I digress). Basically, a camera is a light-tight box with a hole in it that allows light to enter the box in such a way that it strikes a film cell and leaves an emulsion or impression of light that, when developed, makes a pi…cture. You can look up "pin hole cameras" on Wikipedia or Google and find out how the process of taking pictures without a proper camera has been going on for a very long time. (MORE)
yes of course they can why do you think they cost so much ? they can do anything you can even txt on them just jokes
well....you press a certain button which is place fixed on the top of the camera and then you press that button and magically takes a picture for you
Thomas Edison toke picture and made them into a slide show fast then it turns into moving pictures.
there will only be pictures on the camera if you took any pictures before you put the card in.
Instead of the photos being on film, they are saved onto a memory card. This allows you to remove the card, print the photos you want, and re-use the card as much as you want. Just be sure to not delete any photos that you want to keep on the memory card.
There is no reason you could not in theory, but it would require an extremely long exposure. In truth, it would probably be impractical.
Any will-made digital camera will produce images that meet most users' standards. It is the skill of the photographer that creates good pictures. To be on the safe side, I would not purchase a camera for less than about $150, and stay away from lesser-known brands. Nikon, Canon, Pentax, Kodak and Ol…ympus are all good. In the less-expensive cameras, stay away from high pixel counts. 8 Megapixels is all you need, and there are potential problems associated with high pixel counts in small cameras. Overall, the (hand-held) digital camera that produces the highest-quality images is probably the Hasselblad H3DII-39, which sells for about $22,000. (MORE)
To get the camera you have to go to Kaya Forest and get the gold nugget on top of one of the palm trees. Then go to Nabooti and trade the gold nugget to the third Salesman for a digital camera. Then you can go to Safari and take pictures of the animals.
Sorry i dont think they give it to non members, but they should so everyone can earn the stamp!
It depends on the settings. Things such as auto-focus, red-eyereduction, or backlighting can cause a delay while the image isdefined.
Several possible reasons: Your shutter speed is too low. This causes motion blur due to either the subject moving or the camera shaking. Check the EXIF information. If the shutter speed (in fractions of a second) is less than the the focal length, your shutter speed is probably too low (EG if you…r shutter speed was 1/30 of a second, and your focal length is 50mm, you probably need a shutter speed of at least 1/50 of a second) To get a faster shutter speed, get more light or turn up the ISO to a higher value (or use a higher speed film, if not digital). Shooting from a tripod/monopod will help eliminate camera shake, as will an Image Stablizing / Vibration Resistant lens. The subject is not in focus. Learn how to focus your camera. If part of the subject is in focus and part of it is not, you need to shoot with a narrower aperture (higher f/stop). Again, you either need more light or a higher ISO setting. You have a cheap camera / lens. Don't expect razor-sharp images out of a piece of junk. Quality optics cost money. Your lens is dirty. Fingerprints or gunk on the lens makes for blurry photos. This can be a big problem with camera phones. (MORE)
well it doesn't know completely but it is built to remember different sites. and that is kinda how it knows
According to reliable sources , to take pictures one has to go to the igloo dance.
you don't! i don't know whether you need batteries or something but everything comes to sense. think of a real camera!
It depends on the type of camera and the website or service you are using, and the quality you want to upload the pictures in. For a digital camera you can use the supplied cables and software to transfer picture files from the camera to your computer and place them in your desired location. From t…here you can use many web services and sites to upload and display pictures, for example Flikr. Many of these require an account but are free to use and upload to for basic photo sharing and display. Usually the website will ask you to locate on your computer the desired file/files you wish to upload, then its usually a matter of clicking "upload" or equivalent and you're done. If your digital camera has a memory card and you have the appropriate memory card reader on your computer/laptop you can insert the card to its correct slot and transfer the photos manually to your computer. You can upload the pictures to the website of your choice manually from the memory card direct once it is connected. If you were referring to photo prints or older images you have a hard copy only of, these can be scanned with a scanner (if you don't have one usually a library will that you can use). A scanner will take a picture of the picture, but in high quality (depending on the scanner) and with good focus. (MORE)
the best way to take a picture is to zoom in on a far away objectto see how well your camera works. Many people tilt there camera toget the best shots.
How long it takes an old fashioned camera to take a picture depends on the camera, the film, the lens, and if it has a flash. Usually, it was a fraction of a second.
Well there really isn't "the best camera" There are so many Camera out there that take really good pictures. And there is always a new one. I would recommend going to a store with Camera's such as best buy, Costco and etc. Ask the people there what brand is good and which one takes really good pi…cture. Don't be thinking its going to be cheap cause it isn't Camera's range to 1,000 buck and more... (MORE)
you can't take pictures on the flip. I have one :) Still a great purchase to make though.
well if you plug the camera in and go to the flip share program than you can take a snapshot of one of your videos?
If you want to get the camra first you have to go to kaya forest go on the house then go on the tree keep on going from tree to tree tell you get to a gold nuget. Then go on the plane and go back to nabootie and go to the guy that is selling stuff and he will give you the camra to take the pictures.… (MORE)
you go to to camera mode and the press a large button on the top face (usually) and its (usually) on the top right and the you press it and whala!!
You just take pictures and then take the chip from your camera and put it in the computer( its either on the left or right on the side) then just make files you want the pictures in. then you are done
No cant :0 Update: Digital camera's can be damaged by pointing directly at the sun. The CCD or CMOS sensor is suseptible to burn in the same as a Plasma TV and this will render the camera useless...it says so in the manual that came with my digital SLR camera.(Canon). Don't risk it.
Some might do - depends on what camera or settings they have. There are some that can. While the lens produces a circular image, it was easier to fit square or rectangular images onto a strip of film. A 35mm lens used on a large format (5x4 inch or 8x10 inch) sheet film will indeed produce a cir…cular image in the middle of the plate. It's a criminal waste of film, though. (MORE)
The quality of a Nikon depends on the models, but typically in the models from the past couple years the image stabilizers inside the lower end models are fairly cheap. This means that most of the photos will come out hazy and blurry. However, most Nikon D-SLRs have fantastic image stabilizers and t…ake fantastic pictures. (MORE)
i have an acer and i go into my computer click on the webcam and click on take new picture
All cameras are equipped with a "Shutter Button", this button opens the shutter release light onto the image canvas, then automatically shuts the shutter. Then you have a picture.
You go to the guy with the truck, click and hold the left wheel until it flattens out. Then the guy will give you the camera as a reward for your service.
Switch the camera into manual mode. Use your test shots exposure information to set the aperture. Set the shutter speed to what you used in step 2. Turn off auto white balance . Set it to a preset or custom. Basically make sure any auto features are not on auto, otherwise you'll get a nasty flicker…ing . (MORE)
You go to the guy that has his car stuck. Then you click on the left tire and wait until the air goes all out
Yes, it is legal to take pictures with a hidden camera for a legal purpose. There are hidden cameras in highways, traffic signals, airports, public places like parks, Underpasses...etc to monitor unscrupulous elements or anti social activities. If the governance practices this through appropriate of…ficialdom.. its only because the act to placing hidden cameras are legal for a legal purpose, hence making the answer Yes!! (MORE)
I think you click on the camera and then you take a photo anywhere you like around bin weevil town and then thats how you get the picture on your magazine !
No, mirrors are not needed for all cameras to take photos. The mirror is only used in a reflex camera (a camera where you look through the same lens as the sensor/film). Small point and shoots, rangefinders, and large format view cameras do not use mirrors.
usually the computer comes with a program that runs the webcam....if you hooked one up it might have come with software you need to install first...
Yes, however you are restricted as to what you can take pictures of. Pinhole cameras must stay on a surface while taking the picture (as to not blur the image), unless you want to produce an image with motion blur you are unable to take pictures of any moving subjects, and the images are not digital…; meaning you need to develop the image using chemicals and a dark room. (MORE)
The original ones were Polaroid instant cameras. They stopped making those to my knowledge but Fuji Film apparently bought it and now Fuji Film makes them but its name Fuji Film Instax. You can buy them online. The instant film paper things are not the cheapest though. Instant cameras. Both Kodak… and Polaroid made them, but Polaroid is the one that survived. (MORE)
It depends on the shutter speed, if its a "point and shoot" camera the speed is determined by the auto settings of the camera. For a DSLR cameras you can control it manually, average DSLR cameras can shoot up to 1/8000th of a second.
Yes, but the camera has to be extremely still and cannot be too close or too far for a good pic.
To take a picture with a camera, you aim at the object or person you want to take a picture of, then press the shutter button. The shutter button is the big button on the right side at the top of the camera. You can't take a picture if you don't have film.
there taken like a normal camera HOW ELSE WOULD THEY BE TAKEN ? A real Answer: But very simplified The film in the camera is a strip of plastic coated with light sensitive chemicals. This is called photo sensitive. When it is colour film: it is sensitive to three colours. When the camera allows… light into the camera it does so for a very precise time and at a very precise focus. The brightness or "amount of light" triggers the chemicals in a degree dependent on the amount. This produces a negative. Think of this as a picture on the plastic with all the colours including black and white reversed. The film must be "developed". This is a process where the chemicals on the film are bathed in a series of chemicals to make the image appear and make it permanent. Then the Negative is "printed" to Photo paper. This is very much like making the negative but on paper in the size you want. For a more detailed description there are several good articles in WIKI-Pedia (MORE)
An SLR, or a single lens reflex camera. If you're thinking of "instant picture" as a physical production of the shot you just took, then a Polaroid camera is probably what you're referring to. I mean, the ones where a small photograph with a white border [and extra white space on the bottom of the f…rame] will pop out from a slit in the front of the camera seconds after you snap a shot. Unfortunately, since DSLRs (digital single lens reflex cameras) are becoming so popular, polaroids and other types of film cameras are not easy to find anymore. I'm not quite sure if I answered your question, but hopefully this helps?! (MORE)
This is a disambiguous question but i will try to answer it for you. If you mean that 20 photos have to be taken at exactly the same time then you are talking about needing 20 cameras looped together not cheap. The fastest FPS (frames per second) cameras are ultra expensive and can take photos… at a trillion frames a second, these are used in fighting cancer etc etc. However if you are talking about a standard of the off the self digital camera? most Dslr cameras run at about 3.5 frames a second like the canon 450D up-to about 20 frames per second for the Canon 5D MkIII , the last being a high end professional camera, for the stunning jump shots, landings etc etc that are nice and crisp. Prices for a Dslr Camera can range for a few hundred to several thousand pounds / dollars As for setting up a string of cameras you can imagine if 1 camera cost $5,000 dollars setting up 20 will cost you $100,000 the Trillion FPS camera has a price tag starting at $250,000 and its hard to imagine anything happening a trillion times a second, this camera may give the Illusion of taking several pictures at once but it does not , each photo is taken a trillionth of a second apart. To the naked eye the first 700 shots would look identical. In actuality no single camera can take more than one picture at a time no matter how fast the shutter speed. Hollywood use cameras that run at about 40fps like in the matrix. The leading off the shelf brands are Canon, Panasonic and Sony. For more info and details see the related and source info links listed below (MORE)
A thermographic camera is an infrared camera, which captures infrared radiaiton. So, while it captures information, it does not take the same kind of picture a regular camera does.
There are many different cameras that take good firework pictures. Opt for a camera with nighttime options for picture taking. Do not use flash when taking nighttime pictures in order to get the best color photos.