5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What do the bars on the left of a histogram represent?
- What is an element and where is it found?
- To emphasize texture in a portrait, what kind of light source is recommended?
- A lens set at f/4 admits how much more/less light than one set at f/2.8?
- If you must move to reduce the amount of flash reaching your subject, how far do you move?
- a Black (0)
- b To create a 1-stop difference, multiply the original distance by 1.4. Example - if you were originally 5 feet away, a 1-stop difference would have you step back to 7 feet.
- c Half as much light
- d Small light source at an angle to the subject
- e A simple lens with two curved sides or one curved and one flat side; found in a compound lens.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Change the shutter speed. The longer the shutter speed, the lighter the background will be. The faster the shutter speed, the darker the background will be because less existing light is captured.
- Follow focus
- Memory card / flash card / compact flash card
- More of the background and foreground are sharp.
- Blown highlights
5 True/False questions
If an image is too cyan, what color adjustment should be made in Photoshop to correct it? → Add red
As the aperture becomes smaller, what happens to the depth of field? → More of the background and foreground are sharp.
When the subtractive primaries are added together equally, what is created? → Jpg
* Cards provided courtesy of Heather Smith | Smith Photography & Design | www.smithphotodesign.com * → With the Main at 45 degrees to one side and 45 degrees above subject, it is a classic angle for portraits. It seems natural and flattering and models the face into 3D form.
The rule of thirds necessitates that the composition be divided into a grid of now many equal rectangles or squares? → Yellow