5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- As the aperture is stopped down, what happens to depth of field?
- An in-camera reflected meter reading a very light toned scene indicates an exposure of 1/250th at f/8. For a correct exposure, what should you do?
- What is the name of the issue that prevents you from seeing exactly what the lens sees when using a rangefinder camera at close distances?
- In short lighting, where is the main light placed?
- What color is opposite Green on the color wheel?
- a Use positive exposure compensation (overexposure). A reflected meter reading will attempt to make the scene 18% gray - employ overexposure to adjust.
- b To strike the side of the face away from the camera.
- c Parallax
- d Magenta
- e More of the background and foreground are sharp.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Glossy paper
- The entire range of colors that can be seen, reproduced, or captured. Our eyes have a greater gamut than a print or monitor.
- The diagonal measurement of the sensor.
- 1920 pixels by 2400 pixels (4.6 million pixels)
- Depth of field
5 True/False questions
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.
What is the color temperature of direct sunlight? → Black (0)
What kind of lighting pattern is useful to narrow a face? → Short lighting
Using this kind of automatic exposure setting on the camera, you set the aperture and the camera sets the shutter speed → Aperture-Priority
The relative aperture is equal to the lens focal length divided by what? → aperture diameter