5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Command + Option + Up Arrow
- graduated filter
- incident light
- high contrast
- If an image is too blue, what color adjustment should be made in Photoshop to correct it?
- a Light falling on a surface.
- b Add yellow
- c A wide range of density in a print, negative, or other image
- d A lens attachment with variable density or color from one edge to another. A graduated neutral-density filter, for example, can be oriented so the neutral-density portion is concentrated at the top of the lens's view with the less dense or clear portion at the bottom, thus reducing the amount of light from a very bright sky while not interfering with the exposure of the landscape in the foreground. Graduated filters can also be split into several color sections to provide a color gradient between portions of the image.
- e Go back to previous module
5 Multiple choice questions
- The sensor's sensitivity to light
- A change in exposure of 1 EV, that is 1/2 or 2x the amount of light.
- A system of exposure calculation that looks at many different segments of an image to determine the brightest and darkest portions, the base f/stop, and shutter speed on settings derived from a database of images stored in the camera's firmware.
- Intensity (aperture) x Time (shutter)
5 True/False questions
Command K → Add keywords
pincushion distortion → A type of lens distortion in which lines at the top and side edges of an image are bent inward, producing an effect that looks like a pincushion.
Command + Option + 3 → Go to Slideshow module
Command + Option + A → Select flagged photos
histogram → The relative size of the lens aperture, which helps determine both exposure and depth-of-field. The larger the f/stop number, the smaller the f/stop itself.