2. It is a camera where you see the actual image that the film will see.
3. You are able to chance the size of the aperture in order to increase or decrease the amount of light passing through the lens.
4. It controls the length of exposure to light.
5. The film speed must be balanced, the aperture size, and the shutter speed has to fit the level of light in your shot.
6. You should use a low ilm speed because the smaller grains will not absorb as many light photons as a larger grain.
7. Processing, stop-bath, fixing bath where the unexposed silver-halide crystals are removed, the film is washed with water to remove all he processing chemicals and the film strip is then dried and cut into negatives.
8. A dark room, a developing tank, 2 film clips, scissors, a 600mL graduated cylinder, four 1 gallon jugs, a timer, chemicals, and film.
9. It is developed silver.