Deconstructing A Camera MOlly maloney

The Casing- protects parts inside of the camera from damage and holds all parts in place, prevents from coming in contact with film before the shutter opens when it's taken
The Shutter- a shutter opens and closes between the lens and film when a picture is taken, controls how the film is exposed to light
The Lens- redirect the beams of lights bouncing off the object so the object comes together and form an image that looks just like the real scene
The Film- a light sensitive emulsion on a plastic base, when a picture is taken, the light reflected off the objects in the camera's field of view comes through the lens
Flash Circuit- makes a short flash of bright light when the shutter is released, room to light up
Gas Discharge tube- conduct an electrical current by moving electrons

Credits:

Created with images by RichardLey - "camera old retro" • EsaRiutta - "camera open the rear door" • Unsplash - "camera photography lens" • jenipur13 - "beyond the lens." • Pexels - "antique camera classic" • pallen1oz - "sony p200 -4" • dork_vader_exe - "P1080765"

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