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  1. A technique used to maintain sharp focus on a subject that is moving toward you is called what?
  2. What is a BYTE?
  3. What is the color temperature of direct sunlight?
  4. How much resolution do you need for: Internet? Newspaper? Photographic print? Glossy magazine?
  5. What does the term "stop" mean?
  1. a Follow focus
  2. b A change in exposure of 1 EV, that is 1/2 or 2x the amount of light.
  3. c Direct sun at 5400 to 6,500 Kelvin
  4. d Internet = 72 ppi; Photographic print = 240-300 ppi; Gloss magazine = 400 ppi
  5. e An 8-BIT sequence that represents 256 possibilities - black & white & 254 shades of grey. The size of a file is the number of bytes it contains.

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. Blue
  2. Selectively increasing print exposure, which will make select parts of the image darker
  3. dynamic range (not to be confused with gamut)
  4. 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. Add magenta

5 True/False Questions

  1. The histogram of a properly exposed grey card will show a vertical bar where on the histogram?In the middle


  2. Doubling the aperture setting creates how many stops difference in the amount of light reaching the sensor?It increases


  3. 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?Use positive exposure compensation (overexposure). A reflected meter reading will attempt to make the scene 18% gray - employ overexposure to adjust.


  4. If an image is too cyan, what color adjustment should be made in Photoshop to correct it?Add blue


  5. If you're working with an automatic camera and you set the shutter speed and the camera sets the aperture, what mode are you working in?To create a 1-stop difference, multiply the original distance by 1.4. Example - if you were originally 5 feet away, a 1-stop difference would have you step back to 7 feet.


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