05.07 Lighting Quiz
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You can use a white bed sheet as a reflector if you need to reduce some shadows on a person's face.
The more spread out a light is, the softer the light will become.
One benefit of a continuous light source is that you can see the shadows and highlights that it creates before you take the picture.
Midday is a good time to take a portrait outside
You may need to use a fill-flash or a reflector to eliminate shadows if you are using backlighting.
Fluorescent lights can give a photograph a greenish tint.
Frontlighting is always the best light direction for a portrait
Existing light photography is photography that only uses light already present in the scene.
The light that comes from strobe lights can create strong shadows, and without other accessories, it is often too strong.
Reflectors are used to reduce shadows and bring more light to certain areas of a photograph.
If you need to backlight a portrait, you should stay as far away from the subject as possible
Most photographers use only continuous source lighting in their studios
Flash lights are also known as which of the following?
Photography is all about what?
Which of the following is not a common color for photography umbrellas?
? it not sliver or Translucent
Fluorescent lights tend to emit less of what color?
Which lighting direction is used to create silhouettes?
When the sun is at the back of the photographer, it is known as what?
Early in the day, light tends to be what color?
When should you try to photograph reflections on bodies of water?
A calm day
What is true of softboxes?
They pass light through a diffusing material in the front.
The light outside tends to be softest at what time of day?
It's not midafternoon
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