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2014-02-05 18:17:23
2014-02-05 18:17:23

The thing that gathers light through a lens and projects an image on a film is... its really rather simple. Its a camera. How easy was that! So to explain the process, A camera gathers and bends light with a lense, this lense then projects an image onto a light-sensitive film to record a scene. When you take a picture with a camera, a shutter opens to allow light to enter the camera for a specific length of time.


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