5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Bit depth refers to what?
- In the 20th century, black & white photographers used the Zone system to tame excessive contrast. Now, digital photographers use what?
- What is the effect of front lighting?
- A color image with smooth gradations requires at least what bit depth?
- If an image is too green, what color adjustment should be made in Photoshop to correct it?
- a The amount of information contained in each pixel
- b Add magenta
- c High Dynamic Range
- d Flattens out the volume of the subject and minimizes textures
- e 24 bits per pixel (8 per color), which gives 16,777,216 colors
5 Multiple choice questions
- In the middle
- Sensor size - the larger the sensor size, the longer the focal length of a normal lens. (Corresponds to a diagonal line across the frame)
- lens-to-subject distance
- Curves adjustment; Levels adjustment; Brighteness/Contrast adjustment
- aperture diameter
5 True/False questions
If you're working with an automatic camera and you set the shutter speed and the camera sets the aperture, what mode are you working in? → Shutter-priority
What is the term used to describe human's change in perception of a color under different light sources? → ISO
What does a neutral density filter do? → A mathematical translator assigned to each piece of equipment you use (they map one gamut to another; and the ICC (or International Color Consortium) profile is usually shipped by the equipment manufacturer).
An in-camera reflected meter reading a very dark scene indicates an exposure of 1/250th at f/8. For a correct exposure, what should you do? → Use negative exposure compensation (underexpose). The meter will attempt to make the dark scene 18% grey, underexpose to bring it back to dark.
The amount of motion blur in an image will increase if you do what? → lengthen (or slow) the shutter speed