5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Contrast measures what in a print?
- All objects beyond the closest distance in focus will be sharp when this appears within the DOF scale
- The useable exposure range of a sensor, or the range of subject brightness is called what?
- What kind of film can help reduce haze in a landscape?
- What kind of meter is built in to most cameras?
- a The difference between light and dark.
- b Infrared
- c Reflected light meter
- d Infinity
- e dynamic range (not to be confused with gamut)
5 Multiple choice questions
- Similar to a normal lens at about 30 degrees
- flat, low contrast light
- Selecting portions of the image based on color
- 1) Use a shorter focal length; 2) Move farther away from the subject
- Glossy paper
5 True/False questions
An in-camera reflected meter reading a very dark scene indicates an exposure of 1/250th at f/8. For a correct exposure, what should you do? → Use negative exposure compensation (underexpose). The meter will attempt to make the dark scene 18% grey, underexpose to bring it back to dark.
Convex lenses cause light rays to do what? → bend toward each other and converge at the focal point.
If an image is too blue, what color adjustment should be made in Photoshop to correct it? → Add red
What is a color profile? → Decreases the exposure for areas of the print that the photographer wishes to be lighter
The relative aperture is equal to the lens focal length divided by what? → lens-to-subject distance