5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- 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?
- A ring of thin, overlapping leaves located inside the lens is called what?
- The quantity of light that reaches your sensor is controlled by what?
- If an image is too yellow, what color adjustment should be made in Photoshop to correct it?
- This type of file format compresses images by discarding pixels; therefore, each time an images is compressed, it loses pixels
- a JPEG
- b The diaphragm - the mechanism that controls aperture.
- c No change. The EXPOSURE doesn't change or it would also change the background as well. Move the lights to adjust.
- d Shutter speed & aperture
- e Add blue
5 Multiple choice questions
- A new layer
- 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.
- The impression of human visual perspective
- A mirror and pentaprism
5 True/False questions
This light modifier can be used to spotlight a specific area of the subject or background. → Flat lighting
What are the three main factors that affect depth of field? → More of the background and foreground are sharp.
If an image is too blue, what color adjustment should be made in Photoshop to correct it? → Add yellow
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.
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.