A practical way to remember what you have seen is to take a picture with a camera. How does the camera retain what you see and preserve it so that you can see it again whenever you want?? Knowing the operation of the different parts of a camera, it will be easier for you to understand how it works.
The lever spins the film to take a new picture. Each photograph corresponds to a new film fragment.
He visor lets see what you are going to photograph
The spring it is a piece of curved glass. Collect the light and send it to the film.
|He diaphragm opens to increase hole size and let in more light. Or it closes to reduce it and let in less light.||He shutter covers the front hole of the camera. Allows light to enter the camera only when you want.|
Now take a film and a box to put everything we have seen and so you will have a camera. When you develop the film and it becomes photography, you will have a permanent memory of what you have seen. With that, your memory has increased.
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