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5 Matching questions

  1. This type of file format compresses images by discarding pixels; therefore, each time an images is compressed, it loses pixels
  2. Subtract a selection from another
  3. Merge visible layers into a 'composite' layer while maintaining the original layers
  4. angle of view
  5. What is the name of the issue that prevents you from seeing exactly what the lens sees when using a rangefinder camera at close distances?
  1. a The area of a scene that a lens can capture, determined by the focal length of the lens. Lenses with a shorter focal length have a wider angle of view than lenses with a longer focal length.
  2. b Parallax
  3. c Shift-option-command-E
  4. d Option-make new selection
  5. e JPEG

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Create a new collection in the Library module
  2. Shift-Command-N
  3. Total number of pixels
  4. One of two color space choices offered by the typical dSLR. Adobe RGB is an expanded color space useful for commercial and professional printing, and it can reproduce a larger number of colors. Most vendors recommend against using this color space if your images will be displayed primarily on your computer screen or output by your personal printer.
  5. The brightest parts of an image containing detail.

5 True/False questions

  1. high contrastThe proportional relationship between the amount of light falling on the subject from the main light and other lights, expressed in a ratio, such as 3:1.


  2. What angle of view does a reflected light meter read?Reflected light meter


  3. slow syncIn an image, pixels with randomly distributed color values. Noise in digital photographs tends to be the product of low-light conditions and long exposures, particularly when you've set your camera to a higher ISO rating than normal.


  4. What is the Aperture in a lens?A RAW file that has been altered


  5. What is gamut?The entire range of colors that can be seen, reproduced, or captured. Our eyes have a greater gamut than a print or monitor.