5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- An in-camera reflected meter reading a very dark scene indicates an exposure of 1/250th at f/8. For a correct exposure, what should you do?
- The quantity of light that reaches your sensor is controlled by what?
- If you must move to reduce the amount of flash reaching your subject, how far do you move?
- Blue is opposite what color on the color wheel?
- This kind of lens has a variable focal length
- a Shutter speed & aperture
- b Use negative exposure compensation (underexpose). The meter will attempt to make the dark scene 18% grey, underexpose to bring it back to dark.
- c 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.
- d Yellow
- e Zoom lens
5 Multiple choice questions
- 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.
- 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.
- Total number of pixels
- Follow focus
- More of the background and foreground are sharp.
5 True/False questions
A tall vertical line on the right hand edge of a histogram indicates what? → Black (0)
What kind of lighting pattern is useful to widen a subject? → emphasizes textures
Contrast measures what in a print? → The difference between light and dark.
What is the general rule of thumb for the measurement of a 'normal' lens? → Creates deep shadows in eye pockets, under nose, and chin.
This stores electronic images captured in a digital camera until they can be transferred to a computer → The sensor's sensitivity to light