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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. What is the term used to describe human's change in perception of a color under different light sources?
  2. In a 2:1 ratio, the shadow side of the subject would meter at X stop(s) less than the highlight side
  3. Resolution refers to what?
  4. Tungsten light is approximately what color temperature?
  5. How would you define exposure in mathematical terms? (X times Y = exposure)
  1. a Intensity (aperture) x Time (shutter)
  2. b Metamerism
  3. c One stop less
  4. d The number of pixels per unit of length in a image
  5. e 3200 Kelvin

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Variations command
  2. Blown highlights
  3. The difference between light and dark.
  4. The intensity of the illumination is inversely proportional to the square of the distance from light to subject. At twice the distance from the subject, the light illuminates only 1/4 of the original.
  5. Luminance is light reflected from the subject surface (measured by a reflected-light meter), while Illuminance is light falling on a subject surface (as measured with an incident light meter)

5 True/False questions

  1. What does a neutral density filter do?Absorbs equal quantities of all wavelengths of light. It allows you to use wider apertures or slower shutter speeds without changing color balance.

          

  2. This kind of meter is preferred by photographers working in a studio situation where lighting conditions can be alteredIncident light meter

          

  3. If an image is too blue, what color adjustment should be made in Photoshop to correct it?Add magenta

          

  4. Most inkjet printers intended for photographic printing include light and dark inks of all of the colors except for one. Which color ink is usually available only in one density?Yellow

          

  5. If your print will be viewed mostly under window light, what is the suggested Kelvin temperature of the lights you should use to evaluate your print?5000K