5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
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- Most inkjet printers intended for photographic printing include light and dark inks of all of the colors except for one. Which color ink is usually available only in one density?
- What is the inverse square law?
- a A process used to correct for the differences in the output of a printer or monitor when compared to the original image. Once you've calibrated your scanner, monitor, and/or your image editor, the images you see on the screen more closely represent what you'll get from your printer, even though calibration is never perfect.
- b Move up in stack
- c The process for increasing the contrast between adjacent pixels in an image, increasing sharpness, especially around edges.
- d Yellow
- e The intensity of the illumination is inversely proportional to the square of the distance from light to subject. At twice the distance from the subject, the light illuminates only 1/4 of the original.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Metadata fields that hold info on photographer, subject, and usage.
- Additive (R, G, B)
- The digital camera's internal memory where an image is stored immediately after it is taken until it can be written to the camera's non-volatile (semi-permanent) memory card.
- Inkjet black & white printing where color cartridges are replaced with shades of gray, resulting in smooth tones and slight color cast
- A light-measuring device that emphasizes the area in the middle of the frame when calculating the correct exposure for an image.
5 True/False questions
group → A way of bundling more than one wireless flash unit into a single cluster that all share the same flash output setting, as controlled by the master flash unit.
Subtract a layer's pixels from a selection → Command-Option-click layer thumbnail
What is TTL? → Through the Lens. A camera that can automatically control flash exposure using sensors inside the camera.
This stores electronic images captured in a digital camera until they can be transferred to a computer → It increases
fill lighting → Dark corners of an image, often produced by using a lens hood that is too small for the field of view, a lens that does not completely fill the image frame, or generated artificially using image-editing techniques (usually to enhance the appearance of certain kings of images, such as portraits)