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5 Matching questions

  1. An 8x10 at 240 ppi will have a resolution of what?
  2. Cyan is composed of equal parts of what two colors?
  3. According to the rule of thirds, where should the important parts of an image fall?
  4. In the 20th century, black & white photographers used the Zone system to tame excessive contrast. Now, digital photographers use what?
  5. A magic wand tool is used for what?
  1. a Selecting portions of the image based on color
  2. b High Dynamic Range
  3. c 1920 pixels by 2400 pixels (4.6 million pixels)
  4. d Along the lines of an imaginary grid at intersecting points that divide the image into thirds horizontally and vertically
  5. e Blue & Green

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Add green
  2. Use negative exposure compensation (underexpose). The meter will attempt to make the dark scene 18% grey, underexpose to bring it back to dark.
  3. lens-to-subject distance
  4. Relative aperture. The opening on a long lens must be larger than a corresponding opening on a short lens to produce the same f-stops.
  5. 5000K

5 True/False questions

  1. The useable exposure range of a sensor, or the range of subject brightness is called what?dynamic range (not to be confused with gamut)

          

  2. What is the Rule of Two?Decreases the exposure for areas of the print that the photographer wishes to be lighter

          

  3. The rule of thirds necessitates that the composition be divided into a grid of now many equal rectangles or squares?9

          

  4. What is a derivative file?A RAW file that has been altered

          

  5. An incident-exposure reading for a fair-skinned subject reads f/8, 1/125th at 100 ISO. The next subject is very dark skinned. What is the proper exposure for the second subject?Use negative exposure compensation (underexpose). The meter will attempt to make the dark scene 18% grey, underexpose to bring it back to dark.