5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Which of the following statements is generally true?
A thin negative is likely to be grainier.
Negatives that are thin were probably overexposed.
A dense negative will require a longer printing time.
A dense negative will have more density in the shadow areas than in the highlights.
- Image transfers are made with:
Kodalith Ortho film
light-sensitive iron salts
- Sharpness from near to far is controlled by what?
- The thickness of mat board is usually rated in terms of:
- Matting serves to separate the print from the _____.
- a Aperture
- b Glazing
- c Polaroid film
- d A dense negative will require a longer printing time
- e ply
5 Multiple choice questions
- Sabattier prints
- factor of 2 = 1 stop compensation. (Each time a factor doubles, it's one additional stop)
- The dark areas of prints made on glossy paper do not appear as black as those made on matte paper.
- Upsampling a file to 300ppi
- Shutter speed & aperture
5 True/False questions
What is the name of the technique used to make a monitor look like what you will see on your print?
Constrain proportions → White (255)
To control the horizontal placement of a subject within the frame without affecting any other aspect of the scene you would most likely employ:
rise and fall
shift → shift
Which of the following would you do to de-emphasize depth in your picture?
Locate some object in the foreground that is similar to others in the background.
Locate the horizon line toward the bottom of the frame.
Use converging lines.
Locate the horizon toward the top of the frame. → Memory Cards
Talbot is credited with the development of:
the collodion process
roll film → a full-color transparency
This mounting trims the edges of the mounting board along the edges of a dry mounted print's image. → Bleed