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What part of the camera opens to allow light to reflect on the film?

Asked by Halbert, Last updated: Oct 31, 2022

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b.Oliviasi

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Answered Oct 26, 2017

The aperture is the part of the camera that lets light in to reflect it off the film. The shutter closes to stop light from entering again, which captures a still picture of the moment. The shutter speed can be adjusted to create clearer images or let in less light. The aperture creates a unique opportunity to let light in for a longer period of time so that a slower shutter speed can be used.

It can also be adjusted to create a chance for less light to come in, so that a faster shutter speed can be used to capture a moment. For the best pictures, a high aperture and a fast shutter speed are key. Maximum light and maximum speed work together for crisp, clear photos.

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