when you place a picture to the back of a frame
When you place a picture ontop of a construction paper
the arrangement of elements in a picture
the size of the opening that allows light to enter the film
determines how long the shutter is open
lines that pulls your eyes into the picture
ASA, ISO, how fast the film is
Another name for ASA?
What does ASA stand for?
American Standard Association
How many chemicals do we use to develop film?
What are the chemicals for developing?
D-76 , STOP, FIX
What do you call the sheet that we use to record the different pictures we take?
Fact frame sheet
Which chemical for developing film is the most critical as to the time?
What does shutter speed control?
Does aperture control time or light?
When you roll the film can you have the safe light on in the darkroom?
What do you call the piece of equipment in the darkroom used to print pictures?
what chemical stops the developing action?
If you leave the developing chemical on the film to long what happens?
What will happen if you do not roll your film correctly?
Get chemical sports
Why do we store chemicals in brown jugs?
chemicals are light-sensitive
What happens when there is too much agitation?
bubbles and spots form on the negative
What forms bubbles and spots on the negative?
Too much agitation
What are the chemicals for printing?
Dektol, stop, fix
What is the sheet called that we make to get a view of all 24 negatives?
Pictures taken under fluorescent lights ofter turn what?
If you have a "light leak" in the darkroom when you print, how will your prints usually look?
When printing, if the picture is too light, how can you make it darker?
Turn the light up and increase the time
List two things that can cause your negatives to get scratched?
fingernails and not storing them properly
What do you use to store your negatives in?
What chemical is most sensitive in developing your film?
Where is the BEST place to store film for a long time?
What is the chemical called that fixes the image to the paper?
What chemical is the developing agent for paper?
What chemical is the developing agent for film?
Where do you put your pictures after you print them, and they are in the water pan, and the bell is ringing?
What chemical is the most critical in developing film?
What is the picture size we are generally printing in the dark room?
5 x 7
Can you roll film with the red light on?
If the picture is to dark, what do you do to the light to correct the problem?
turn the light down
If you need a great change in the contrast of your printed picture, should you first change the light or the time?
Pictures can be gray because the chemicals are dirty. True or False?
What does back lighting accent?
Accents head/ hair
Old stop has the color of....
Old dektol has the color of...
old fix is...
Too add more depth of field to a scene, what can you do?
Add perspective, Add leading lines, Framing
Dust particles can...
add spots on negatives