5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- What kind of film can help reduce haze in a landscape?
- Instead of permanently altering your image when adjusting for color and value, what should you do?
- What are IPTC fields used for?
- What are luminance and illuminance?
- In a curves adjustment layer, what does the shape of the curve indicate?
- a Infrared
- b Luminance is light reflected from the subject surface (measured by a reflected-light meter), while Illuminance is light falling on a subject surface (as measured with an incident light meter)
- c Contrast
- d Use and adjustment layer
- e Metadata fields that hold info on photographer, subject, and usage.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The brightness values of all the pixels in an image illustrated as a graph numbering from 0 to 255.
- Small light source at an angle brushing across the subject
- Also called a gobo; it is a small panel usually mounted on a stand that shades some part of the subject or shields the lens from light that could cause flare
- dynamic range (not to be confused with gamut)
5 True/False Questions
Printers use what set of colors? → Additive (R, G, B)
This kind of meter is preferred by photographers working in a studio situation where lighting conditions can be altered → Yellow
Generally, how much exposure compensation (in stops) should be used when using a polarizing filter? → Change the shutter speed. The longer the shutter speed, the lighter the background will be. The faster the shutter speed, the darker the background will be because less existing light is captured.
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.
What is burning? → Selectively increasing print exposure, which will make select parts of the image darker