Digital Photography State Test Review
Terms in this set (69)
What other main event happened in 1969 along with the invention of the digital camera?
Man landed on the moon
The first digital camera was?
Expensive and Low Resolution
What camera part allows for the selecting of Aperture, Priority, manual, etc..?
Mode Selector/ Shooting Mode Dial
What camera is designed for taking quick shots?
Digital SLR Camera
What do digital cameras record images onto?
Photographers should have a workflow sequence such as?
Set-Up, Capture, Out-Put
White in a monitor is formed by 3 primary colors. What are they?
Red, Green, and Blue. RGB
What does SLR stand for?
Single Lens Reflex
What is the fastest selling Point and Shoot available?
Cell Phone Camera
What is the least important feature when buying a camera?
Color of the camera
What is the difference between digital camera, and film camera?
The way they capture pictures
When you finish using a camera, what should you do?
Turn it off
Which camera has faster controls?
Pressing the camera release button half way down does what?
Measures the light and focus
What mode would you set your camera to for auto close-up settings?
A macro setting
What does a fast shutter speed do?
Freezes an action
Green AUTO indication is for __________ setting.
What would you use the mountain setting for?
Less light makes an image ___________ in a digital camera
"M" on the camera mode dial stands for what?
What is the optical viewfinder (eyepiece)?
Little square window on the camera
Which is not found on a digital camera?
The "P" mode is for?
In what mode will the flash pop up in low light setting?
Which is not a type of digital memory card?
What does TIFF stand for?
Tagged image file format
Which is not for storing photographs?
What is the most common format for saving photos?
SLR cameras are?
Large & more expensive
What is a one legged tripod
When photographing a sport that needs multiple telephoto lenses, what should you use?
Digital SLR with interchangeable lenses
What does digital zoom do?
Only crops and enlarges a part of the image
A flash makes things?
Flat, harsh with no texture or washed out detail
What does digital shutter do?
Says how long the sensor stays active, amount of time
What is the difference between Macro lens and Telephoto soon sense?
Telephoto for sports and Macro for close up of plants
What is the camera part on a digital SLR that connects a flash?
Know shutter speed numbers
1000, 500, 250, 125, 60
What does shutter priority do?
Lets you adjust shutter
What does aperture priority do?
Lets you adjust aperture
For many focal lengths use?
Zoom lens (75-300)
Number of continuous photos is determined by?
Memory buffer size
What is red eye caused by?
Light reflecting off the retina
How many pixels in a megapixel?
One million pixels
When a photo is stretched too large it becomes?
How can you draw a straight line?
Hold down shift
What does de-saturation do?
Reduces color/color intensity
What are the quick keys for changing the brush size?
What does dodging tool do?
Lightens a photo
To use the clone tool what key do you need to use?
Alt + mouse click
In both film & digital what is used to view a group of photographs?
Proof or contact sheet
Using Photoshop, how can you duplicate a part of a photograph?
What tool can you do to retouch blemishes?
How can you delete a layer?
Drag to trash in the layers palette
What selection tool can be used to select straight lines?
Polygon lasso tool
What is the quick key to taking a step back?
Command + Z
Which selection tool selects pixels?
Magic wand tool
What tool lets you select size and resolution for an image?
What is a histogram?
What is rule of 3rd?s
Subjects in the third quadrant
Railroad tracks would be an example of?
Web photos need to be?
Good resolution for an 8X10 would be?
200 to 300 ppi
Ethically you should only use photos that are?
What does a slow shutter speed do?
Make an image blurry
When a new layer is created, where is it listed in the layers palette?
Just above the layer that was previously active
What does it mean when the opacity in your layers palette is set to 100?
The layer is NOT transparent
"Continuous shooting mode" is used mostly for what type of photography?
What does the Eye Dropper tool do?
It allows you to sample a color
What does "Portrait" mode do on a digital camera?
It chooses a large aperture to blur the background