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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 har…d to imagine why this is necessary. Doesn't the camera "see" what the photographer is seeing? Imagine that you are a little camera-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.
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 picture. 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.
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
well it doesn't know completely but it is built to remember different sites. and that is kinda how it knows
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 s…upplied cables and software to transfer picture files from the camera to your computer and place them in your desired location. From there 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.
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?
i have an acer and i go into my computer click on the webcam and click on take new picture
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). Smal…l point and shoots, rangefinders, and large format view cameras do not use mirrors.
Yes you can.
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 Fi…lm 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.
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.
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.