5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- A filter with a factor of 2 requires how many stops of compensation?
- What do the bars on the right of a histogram represent?
- What determines what will be a 'normal' focal length lens on a particular camera?
- If an image is too red, what color adjustment should be made in Photoshop to correct it?
- A 1:1 lighting ratio produces what lighting result?
- a Add cyan
- b Flat lighting
- c factor of 2 = 1 stop compensation. (Each time a factor doubles, it's one additional stop)
- 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)
- e White (255)
5 Multiple choice questions
- No change. The EXPOSURE doesn't change or it would also change the background as well. Move the lights to adjust.
- 1920 pixels by 2400 pixels (4.6 million pixels)
- Interpolated resolution can be generated by Photoshop or any image editing software to increase print size resolution.
- 24 bits per pixel (8 per color), which gives 16,777,216 colors
- 1) Use a shorter focal length; 2) Move farther away from the subject
5 True/False questions
This stores electronic images captured in a digital camera until they can be transferred to a computer → Shutter-Priority
What are the effects of lighting from above the subject's face? → Creates deep shadows in eye pockets, under nose, and chin.
What does a neutral density filter do? → A RAW file that has been altered
How would you define exposure in mathematical terms? (X times Y = exposure) → Intensity (aperture) x Time (shutter)
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