A still camera is an optical device that creates a single image of an object or scene and records it on an electronic sensor or photographic film.A movie camera or a video camera operates similarly to a still camera, except it records a series of static images in rapid succession, commonly at a rate of 24 frames per second.
It was used for nearly all film-based professional motion picture production.
For amateur use, several smaller and therefore less expensive formats were introduced.
In addition to using white balance to register natural coloration of the image, photographers may employ white balance to aesthetic end, for example, white balancing to a blue object in order to obtain a warm color temperature.
The lens of a camera captures the light from the subject and brings it to a focus on the sensor.
They can play into murder plots, explore dark fantasies, or simply be weird as hell.
Throughout the course of filmmaking history, skillful directors have elevated the art form of capturing these onscreen encounters to new—and absolutely crazy—heights.
Sex scenes can be funny, they can be intense, and they can be romantic.
They can involve puppets, or multiple people, or Sharon Stone.
The design and manufacture of the lens is critical to the quality of the photograph being taken.