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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. A filter with a factor of 2 requires how many stops of compensation?
  2. What do the bars on the right of a histogram represent?
  3. What determines what will be a 'normal' focal length lens on a particular camera?
  4. If an image is too red, what color adjustment should be made in Photoshop to correct it?
  5. A 1:1 lighting ratio produces what lighting result?
  1. a Add cyan
  2. b Flat lighting
  3. c factor of 2 = 1 stop compensation. (Each time a factor doubles, it's one additional stop)
  4. d Sensor size - the larger the sensor size, the longer the focal length of a normal lens. (Corresponds to a diagonal line across the frame)
  5. e White (255)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. No change. The EXPOSURE doesn't change or it would also change the background as well. Move the lights to adjust.
  2. 1920 pixels by 2400 pixels (4.6 million pixels)
  3. Interpolated resolution can be generated by Photoshop or any image editing software to increase print size resolution.
  4. 24 bits per pixel (8 per color), which gives 16,777,216 colors
  5. 1) Use a shorter focal length; 2) Move farther away from the subject

5 True/False questions

  1. This stores electronic images captured in a digital camera until they can be transferred to a computerShutter-Priority

          

  2. What are the effects of lighting from above the subject's face?Creates deep shadows in eye pockets, under nose, and chin.

          

  3. What does a neutral density filter do?A RAW file that has been altered

          

  4. How would you define exposure in mathematical terms? (X times Y = exposure)Intensity (aperture) x Time (shutter)

          

  5. In short lighting, where is the main light placed?Whenever you have two of something (i.e Body parts) put them on slightly different levels