5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What is the inverse square law?
- Doubling the aperture setting creates how many stops difference in the amount of light reaching the sensor?
- 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?
- What kind of lighting pattern places the key light directly in front of and higher than the face?
- This technique allows you to keep a subject that is moving toward you well focused
- a Parallax
- b 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.
- c Follow focus
- d Butterfly lighting
- e One stop
5 Multiple choice questions
- Selecting portions of the image based on color
- bend toward each other and converge at the focal point.
- A RAW file that has been altered
- lengthen (or slow) the shutter speed
- White (additive primaries are Red, Green Blue)
5 True/False questions
To minimize facial wrinkles, this type of lighting is best → Diffused front lighting
Why is depth of field greater on a short lens versus a long lens? → Relative aperture. The opening on a long lens must be larger than a corresponding opening on a short lens to produce the same f-stops.
Sharpness from near to far is controlled by what? → Aperture
Blue is opposite what color on the color wheel? → Yellow
What does the term "stop" mean? → A change in exposure of 1 EV, that is 1/2 or 2x the amount of light.