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5 Matching questions

  1. An incident-exposure reading for a fair-skinned subject reads f/8, 1/125th at 100 ISO. The next subject is very dark skinned. What is the proper exposure for the second subject?
  2. A ring of thin, overlapping leaves located inside the lens is called what?
  3. The quantity of light that reaches your sensor is controlled by what?
  4. If an image is too yellow, what color adjustment should be made in Photoshop to correct it?
  5. This type of file format compresses images by discarding pixels; therefore, each time an images is compressed, it loses pixels
  1. a JPEG
  2. b The diaphragm - the mechanism that controls aperture.
  3. c No change. The EXPOSURE doesn't change or it would also change the background as well. Move the lights to adjust.
  4. d Shutter speed & aperture
  5. e Add blue

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. A new layer
  2. It should match the focal length. Too wide and it's inefficient; too narrow and it will vignette; most likely the vignette would occur with wide angle of 28mm and below.
  3. Infinity
  4. The impression of human visual perspective
  5. A mirror and pentaprism

5 True/False questions

  1. This light modifier can be used to spotlight a specific area of the subject or background.Flat lighting


  2. What are the three main factors that affect depth of field?More of the background and foreground are sharp.


  3. If an image is too blue, what color adjustment should be made in Photoshop to correct it?Add yellow


  4. What is a BIT?An 8-BIT sequence that represents 256 possibilities - black & white & 254 shades of grey. The size of a file is the number of bytes it contains.


  5. An in-camera reflected meter reading a very light toned scene indicates an exposure of 1/250th at f/8. For a correct exposure, what should you do?Use positive exposure compensation (overexposure). A reflected meter reading will attempt to make the scene 18% gray - employ overexposure to adjust.