5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Doubling the aperture setting creates how many stops difference in the amount of light reaching the sensor?
- Tungsten light is approximately what color temperature?
- Printers use how many bits per channel of information when printing?
- If you're working with an automatic camera and you set the aperture and the camera sets the shutter speed, what mode are you working in?
- Command + F
- a Aperture-priority
- b One stop
- c 3200 Kelvin
- d Find photo in the Library module
- e 8 bits
5 Multiple choice questions
- 8 stops
- Exposure compression, which uses exposure value (EV) settings, is a way of adding or decreasing exposure without the need to reference f/stops or shutter speeds. For example, either by using a larger f/stop or slower shutter speed, or both. The camera offers both conventional exposure compensation and flash exposure compensation.
- Remove selected photo(s) from catalog
- Shift-draw with marquee tool
5 True/False questions
Load a layer's pixel content → Command-click thumbnail (not layer name)
Command + Option + Shift + C / Command + Option + Shift + V → Copy/paste metadata
hyperfocal distance → A technique digital cameras, scanners, and image editors use to create new pixels required whenever you resize or change the resolution of an image based on the values of surrounding pixels. Devices such as scanners and digital cameras can also use interpolation to create pixels in addition to those actually captured, thereby increasing the apparent resolution or color information in an image.
aspect ratio → A feature that senses whether a picture was taken in horizontal or vertical orientation. That information is embedded in the picture file so that the camera and compatible software applications can automatically display the image in the correct orientation.
The useable exposure range of a sensor, or the range of subject brightness is called what? → Depth of field