Widest possible aperture on your lens is always a standard full stop
Using a larger aperture iwll produce a greater depth of field
Most lenses are sharpest at an aperture closed down _____.
Focusing on _____ assures maximum depth of field
Which of the following filters is recommended for outdoor portraits because it will darken a blue sky without making skin tones appear too light ?
_____ the development time can _____.
Increasing; partially rescue
What is a fast acting fixer?
Rapid Fixer takes how long?
Pushing film is useful when working in _______ light
When printing what 2 colors are use?
yellow and magenta
Color prints should be adjusted for what first?
After digitizing an existing image, the image becomes a
String of numbers
The _____ palette tracks the changes you make to an image.
shows the composite view of all three channels, though each can be adjusted individually.
These inks produce the most vibrant colors?
Black-and-white negatives present unique storage problems because silver is susceptible to _____.
Which of the following is the method typically used to remove a small dark blemish on a print by scraping it off with a blade? Etching
___________ is done to correct blemishes on the print that are white.
A _____ should be used to protect the print and mount surfaces from damage.
_______________is an adhesive used to attach the print to the mat board.
Dry mount tissue
Matting serves to separate the print from the _____.
It is recommended that you not predry a digital print.
A(n) _____ utilizes light-sensitive iron salts to create an image.
You can darken the blue in a cyanotype by treating it with a solution of _____ after it dries.
Extension tubes and Bellows generally produce images of _____quality than with close-up lenses.
18. Skin tones are rendered within about a __ stop spread.
light intensity and exposure time are reciprocal; an increase in one will be balanced by an equal decrease in the other.
19. Photographic reciprocity
23. In film the denser the build up of silver the ________ an area will be.
25. ________ film have wide exposure latitude, which means you can expose individual frames at different film speeds
26. A chromogenic emulsion is one that contains ____ as well as ____
dye couplers & silver halides
33. The usable exposure range of a specific film is sometimes called its _____
34. The useable exposure range of film or a digital sensor (or a range of subject brightness) is called ____
41. ISO 200 is ___ as fast as ISO 100
42. ISO 100 is ___ stop slower than ISO 200.
43. A correct exposure at ISO 200 needs ___ as much light as one at ISO 100, and ___ as much light as ISO 400.
half / twice
45. Noise is the presence of pixels whose ____& ___ is unrelated to the subject
color and brightness
A ___ does not change its sensitivity
What 2 things create noise:
1. Higher ISO 2. Longer exposures
Filters ___ the color that is being used to create a darker tone in B&W>
A __ filter absorbs its complementary color, the color or colors opposite it on a color wheel.
__ converts the latent image in exposed film to a visible image.
60. Fixer is also called_________.
Drops will turn milky when fixer is exhausted.
In developing the longer the development time, the ___ and more ___ the negative becomes.
darker & contrasty
4 factors that also influence the amount of development which in turn controls contrast and desnity:
Higher temp Increase time more concentration of developing agent Greater agitation
Changing the development time has little effect on ___ areas, but it has a strong effect on ____ areas.
shadow / highlight
In a ___ enlarger a sheet of opal glass is placed beneath the light source to scatter the light evenly over the negative.
In a ___ enlarger lenses gather the rays from the light source and send them straight through the negative.
The_____ of the enlarger lens must be matched to the size of the negative.
These papers require much less washing time than fiber base papers.
Resin coated RC
This refers to the overall darkness or lightness of the print
___ is the difference in brightness between light and dark areas within the print
(sometimes called lightness or luminance) is a measure of the brightness or darkness of the color.
_____ (or Chroma) is a description of a color's purity.
Colors can add the impression of ________ in a picture
heat or weight
___ colors especially if they are dark can make an object seem heavy and dense.
_____ colors on the other hand give an object a light, less substantial appearance.
Using daylight film in Tungsten light what type of filter do you use?
Using Tungsten film in Daylight what type of filter do you use?
Daylight film in Fluorescent use either?
FL or CC30M
What is a skylight filter?
1a absorbs UV
Computers record information in ___ form using combinations of digits 1 & 0.
Histogram black represents_________
109. Histogram middle gray represents___________
Histogram pure white represents a______________
The greatest tonal range from black to white, a papers contrast belongs to
Glossy, semi gloss, matte, uncoated papers
What types of inks last the longest?
Refers to correcting flaws caused by the process like unavoidable dust spots and scratches on negatives
How do your remove spots on a print?
dyes Dark then light
Etching can remove what in a print?
Thin black marks
Bleaching areas to lighten the print is known as ?
What is the best tape to use for hinge mounting a print?
Archival gummed or Tyvek Tape
Mounting bonds a print smoothly to a backing board.
This mounting trims the edges of the mounting board along the edges of a dry mounted print's image.
RC Photographic paper can melt at temperatures higher than _______________?
What do you use if your mounting a digital print?
Use a cold mount tissue or hinge the print under an overmat.
A fiber based print should bond in __________?
______________ provides a raised border around a print.
_____________ & _____________ lets you remove the print from its backing board, in case the board needs replacing.
Cornering & hinging
What is the best way to hold a print in place under a window?
What is the best type of mat made up of?
Standard non-glare glass shouldn't be used for __________ because it can produce optical distortion.
tube attached to the front of a lamp housing to narrow its beam.
attached to the front of a lamp housing and uses an array of tiny tubes to narrow it beam
small panel usually mounted on a stand and positioned so it shades some part of the subject or shields the camera lens from light.
lit side twice as light = 1 stop
lit side 3 times lighter = 1.5 stop
4 times lighter = 2 stops
8 times lighter = 3 stops
A camera with ___ shutter can use any shutter speed when it is set to X sync.
This flash metering is always an automatic flash and is designed to be used with a particular camera.
This flash metering has a sensor inside the camera that reads the amount of light that actually reaches the digital sensor or film.
Through the lens metering
What are the ways of describing a flash units power?
Guide number & Watt Seconds
As light travels farther from a light source, its rays spread out, cover a wider area, and lose brightness is known as ?
Inverse square law
___ is controlled by the photographer adjusting the size of the lens aperture.
The greater the distance from the flash to subject, the ___ the illumination that reaches the subject and the ____ the lens aperture needs to be
weaker , larger
Light from a flash is relatively ______
Tungsten bulbs are ____
Fluorescent bulbs _________
What type of lighting widens the face?
________ lighting places the main light on the side of the face away from the camera.
What type of lighting is used for oval and average faces?
_____ lighting places the main light on the side of the face toward the camera.
What type of lighting is used for narrow or thin faces?
This lighting is referred to as glamor lighting?
This lighting emphasis texture?
Glassware is usually lit how?
below or behind
The size of the image is referred to as??
This is a 2 part work of art to be seen as one and cannot be adequately conveyed by seeing only part of the piece?
We normally get most of our depth perception from ______ vision?
This utilizes light sensitive iron salts to form an image?
All these alternative printing processes require a negative the same size as the final print:
Cyanotype, platinum or palladium printing
This paper has a light sensitive coating that yields an image of ________ metal instead of silver?
What printing led to the revival printing processes in the 70's?
Gum dissolves slowly in water do not use __ water.
The effect occurs when silver based photographic materials are re-exposed to light during development & gives an image both negative and positive qualities and adds halo like Mackie Lines between adjacent highlight and shadow ares.
50 mm lens will produce life size images a ___ratio
In a view camera the edges decrease in
sharpness and brightness.
moves the subject higher on the film w/out changing its shape.
lowers the position of the subject on the film
lowers the image of the cube on the film; however moving the lens causes a change that doesn't occur with back movement.
raises the image on the film and changes the lens position.
a sideways version of rise and fall and the results are similar.
No effect to shape just a little it controls the vertical placement of a subject
Rise & fall
No effect to shape and controls the horizontal placement of a subject
Shape is changed with this movement in view camera
View camera it is the "yes" movement
Control the plane of focus and depth of field
View camera it is the "no" movement.
Control horizontal perspective when shooting @ a side angle to the subject
rule says that if the camera's lens plane and film plane are not parallel, then the plane of focus will meet those 2 planes in a line.
an exaggeratedly sharp angle
Ship's prow effect
What are the 4 scales for the zone system?
Subject value Negative density values Print values Zones scale
describe the amount of light reflected or emitted by various objects in a scene.
Subject value -
the amount of silver in various parts of the negative after it has been developed. Can be measured by a densitometer.
Negative density values
describe the amount of silver in various parts of a print
What is the darkest possible zone?
What is the lightest possible zone?
What is middle gray zone?
___ can change the highlights and as a result control the overall contrast of the negative.
What is the most common way to adjust contrast?
Grade of paper or change the development time
____ development increases contrast
____development decreases contrast.
The ___ a negative is developed the greater the silver density that develops in high values. Shadow areas remain about the same
An ___ is produced by increasing development time
A ____ is produced by decreasing development time
Increase in development time will______
Color negative place value on
Horizontal lines represent
Vertical lines represent
Diagonal lines represent
Zigzag lines represent
Curve lines represent
First permanent picture was made by
Joseph Nicephore Niepce
Ironic approach to America exerted a great infulence on the style of photography as an art form
He developed an allegorical photogaphy style using mulitple negatives
Henry Peach Robinson
This photogapher and gallerist promoted photography as an art form in America
A ____ is not made using collodion
Produced a unique image on a highly polished surface of silver that was plated on a copper sheet
Swiss photographer who documented the peculiarities of American society in the 50's