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  1. What is the term that describes human's change in perception of a color under different light sources?

    Color management
    Color balance
    Kelvin temperature
  2. A __ filter absorbs its complementary color, the color or colors opposite it on a color wheel.
  3. Question 2.
    The smallest unit of digital information is a ___.

  4. Which of the following is the method typically used to remove a small dark blemish on a print by scraping it off with a blade? Etching
  5. What image adjustment tool uses a histogram display to alter an image?

  1. a metamerism
  2. b bit
  3. c levels
  4. d Etching
  5. e contrast

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. Inkjet black & white printing where color cartridges are replaced with shades of gray, resulting in smooth tones and slight color cast
  2. Broad
  3. adding yellow and magenta
  4. Steroscopic vision
  5. RAID system

5 True/False Questions

  1. When adjusting an image with levels, if you want to make any color neutral quickly, what would you do?

    Drag the black point slider to the right.
    Click the auto button.
    Click with the neutral-point dropper on your selected color.
    It is not possible to quickly change a color to neutral from the levels adjustment dialog box.
    Click with the neutral-point dropper on your selected color.
    pg. 185


  2. Which of the following is not usually a method of attaching the print to a backing board in overmatting?

    corner hinge
    folded hinge
    pendant hinge
    dry mounting
    dry mounting


  3. What is the lightest possible zone?Zone X


  4. The greatest tonal range from black to white, a papers contrast belongs toAperture, focal length, and distance to the subject


  5. All of the following are factors which control exposure except:

    -aperture size
    -shutter speed
    -film speed
    the type of stop bath used.
    pg. 130


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