notes on analog cameras
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uses the natural optical phenomena. The earliest cameras were room-sized with space for one or more people. There was no way of preserving other than tracing them.
simple mechanisms that resembles Camera Obscura, although at a way more portable scale. A lot was developed on preservation of the image captured. There was no lens: a photographer moves the lens cap and count the minutes.
an invention after exposure time improved significantly (dry plate).
Leaf Shutter in slow-mo resembles the opening/closing of the lens cap.
Focal-plane Shutter: Shutter speed corresponds to the opening size between the two curtains.
notes on film
film grain/granularity