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  • 1. JEOPARDY
  • 2. Famous Digital Exposure Lenses ComposiitonPhotographers Editing
  • 3. Famous Digital Exposure Lenses CompositionPhotographers Editing 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 Next Game
  • 4. Famous Photographers $100 Who is the 20th century photographer known for his work throughout Yosemite National Park, is one of the pioneers of the zone system, who favored realism in photography, and who had a crooked nose as the result of an aftershock of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake?Answer
  • 5. Famous Photographrs $100 Ansel Adams
  • 6. Famous Photographers $200 Who was an American Civil War photographer who shocked America by displaying photographs of battlefield corpses from Antietam?Answer
  • 7. Famous Photographers $200 Mathew Brady
  • 8. Famous Photographers $300 Who took the photo called the Migrant Mother – the photograph most often used to depict the Great Depression era in history books?Answer
  • 9. Famous Photographers $300 Dorothea Lange
  • 10. Famous Photography $400 Who is the National Geographic photographer most famous for his 1984 shot of 12-year-old Afghan girl Sharbat Gula who represented beauty and innocence in the face of war?Answer
  • 11. Famous Photographers $400 Steve McCurry
  • 12. Famous Photographers $500 Who is the celebrity photographer known for her style of lighting and use of bold colors and poses who is most famous for her portrait of John Lennon and Yoko Ono in 1980?Answer
  • 13. Famous Photographers $500 Annie Liebovitz
  • 14. Exposure $100 What is the numerical rating that describes the sensitivity of film or a digital sensor to light?Answer
  • 15. Exposure $100 ISO
  • 16. Exposure $200 What is the lens opening through which light passes to make a photographic exposure?Answer
  • 17. Exposure $200 Aperture
  • 18. Exposure $300 What is the term for a photograph that is too light?Answer
  • 19. Exposure $300Overexposure
  • 20. Exposure $400 When shooting in low light conditions without flash, would you normally choose a low or high ISO value?Answer
  • 21. Exposure $400 High ISO
  • 22. Exposure $500 What does the shutter on a camera control?Answer
  • 23. Exposure $500Exposure Time
  • 24. Lenses $100 50mm written on a lens refers to what?Answer
  • 25. Lenses $100Focal Length
  • 26. Lenses $200 Do you use a telephoto lens to photograph subjects nearby or far away?Answer
  • 27. Lenses $200Far Away
  • 28. Lenses $300 A lens with a single focal length is called what?Next
  • 29. Lenses $300A Prime Lens
  • 30. Lenses $400 Is a 300mm lens a fisheye, standard, zoom, or telephoto lens?Answer
  • 31. Lenses $400Telephoto
  • 32. Lenses $500 A lens with a large aperture that gathers a lot of light quickly can be referred to as what?Answer
  • 33. Lenses $500A Fast Lens
  • 34. Composition $100 What compositional rule divides photos into sections of three?Answer
  • 35. Composition $100Rule of Thirds
  • 36. Composition $200 What is the most energetic line?Answer
  • 37. Composition $200Diagonal Line
  • 38. Composition $300 What is a soft, even quality of light that is often seen at sunrise and sunset?Answer
  • 39. Composition $300Sweet Light
  • 40. Composition $400 Pointing your camera up or down or photographing from any level other than eye level is referred to as your…Answer
  • 41. Composition $400Point of View
  • 42. Composition $500 Are irregular curves or irregular lines comforting?Answer
  • 43. Composition $500Irregular Curves
  • 44. Digital Editing $100 Digital photographs are mosaics of millions of tiny squares called what?Answer
  • 45. Digital Editing $100 Pixels
  • 46. Digital Editing $200 What is cutting away parts of your photograph to leave only critical elements?Answer
  • 47. Digital Editing $200 Cropping
  • 48. Digital Editing $300 You can change the color/hue of any pixel to any other color/hue. True or false?Answer
  • 49. Digital Editing $300 True
  • 50. Digital Editing $400 The number of pixels per inch is referred to as what?Answer
  • 51. Digital Editing $400 Resolution
  • 52. Digital Editing $500 Enlarging a photograph so that Photoshop or another digital editor has to add new information is called what?Answer
  • 53. Digital Editing $500 Resampling or Interpolation
  • 54. Depth of History ofDigital Terms Exposures Potpourri Field Photography
  • 55. Depth of HistoryDigital Terms Exposures Potpourri Field of Photography 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 Next Game
  • 56. Digital Terms $100 What is a common type of memory card for a SLR digital camera?Answer
  • 57. Digital Terms $100Compact FlashSecure DigitalMemory Stick
  • 58. Digital Terms $200 What does the acronym RGB mean?Answer
  • 59. Digital Terms $200Red, Green, Blue
  • 60. Digital Terms 360 What automatic setting on a DSLR enables you to balance exposures in a series of photographs for a panorama? AE lock CMOS Exposure Compensation or the +/- ButtonAnswer
  • 61. Digital Terms $300 AE Lock
  • 62. Digital Terms $400 What is the name of a photographic file type?Answer
  • 63. Digital Terms $400 RAW JPEG TIFF
  • 64. Double JeopardyNext
  • 65. Digital Terms $1000 What is one of the two image sensor types used in a digital camera?Answer
  • 66. Digital Terms $1000 CCD CMOS
  • 67. Exposures $100 The shutter speed and size of an aperture are referred to as what kind of stops?Answer
  • 68. Exposures $100 F-stops
  • 69. Exposures $200 When the light meter indicates an exposure of f-5.6 at 1/200th and you take the photos with an f-2.8 at 1/200th, is the photograph likely to be underexposed or overexposed?Answer
  • 70. Exposures $200Overexposed
  • 71. Exposures $300 Taking several shots – usually three – of a subject using different exposure settings is called what?Answer
  • 72. Exposures $300Bracketing
  • 73. Exposures $400 What is one of the three settings used to control the lightness of a photographic exposure?Answer
  • 74. Exposures $400 ApertureShutter Speed ISO
  • 75. Exposures $500 What would be an equivalent exposure for 1/500th at f-11? 1/2000th at f-5.6 1/1000th at f-8 1/250th at f-16 1/125th at f-22 1/60th at f-32Answer
  • 76. Exposures $5001/1000 at f-8 th
  • 77. Depth of Field $100 If you increase the distance to your subject, the depth of field for the same aperture will: Remain the same Decrease Enlarge objects in the scene IncreaseAnswer
  • 78. Depth of Field $100 Increase
  • 79. Depth of Field $200 At a normal (not extremely close) lens-to-subject distance, depth of field extends: 1/3 in front of and 2/3 behind the plane of critical focus from f-8 to f-16 in a normal scene from hyperfocal distance to f-22 from the point of focus to infinityAnswer
  • 80. Depth of Field $200 1/3 in front of and2/3 behind the plane of critical focus
  • 81. Depth of Field $300 To increase the depth of field, an aperture of f-8 can be changed to: f-5.6 f-16 f-4 f-2.8Answer
  • 82. Depth of Field $300 F-16
  • 83. Depth of Field $400 To increase the depth of field for a given aperture, you can change your 50mm lens to a: 35mm 150mm telephoto 210mmAnswer
  • 84. Depth of Field $400 35mm
  • 85. Depth of Field $500 When you want to achieve the greatest depth of field, you can use a focusing technique called what?Answer
  • 86. Depth of Field $500Hyperfocal Focussing
  • 87. History of Photography $100 What weren’t photographers allowed to shoot during the war from WWII through recent years?Answer
  • 88. History of Photography $100 Casualties of War
  • 89. History of Photography $200 This Frenchman lent his name to an early form of photography.Answer
  • 90. History of Photography $200 Louis Daguerre
  • 91. History of Photography $300 This form of photography was popular in the 1800s, before the advent of film photography.Answer
  • 92. History of Photography $300 Daguerreotypes
  • 93. History of Photography $400 This person is credited with inventing the negative/positive photographic process.Answer
  • 94. History of Photography $400 Henry Fox Talbot
  • 95. Double JeopardyNext
  • 96. History of Photography $1000 In what year was Adobe Photoshop 1.0 software introduced to the public as a image manipulation tool for scanned photos?Answer
  • 97. History of Photography $1000 1990
  • 98. Potpourri $100 The acronym DSLR refers to what?Answer
  • 99. Potpourri $100Digital Single Lens Reflex
  • 100. Potpourri $200 Which file type retains the most information for maximum editing flexibility?Answer
  • 101. Potpourri $200 RAW
  • 102. Potpourri $300 What camera setting are you using when you set the shutter speed and the camera determines the aperture?Answer
  • 103. Potpourri $300Shutter Priority
  • 104. Potpourri $400 What is the name of the technique when you move the camera while tracking a moving subject in order to blur the background in the photograph?Answer
  • 105. Potpourri $400 Panning
  • 106. Potpourri $500 What is the missing full f- stop in this series of stops? 4, 5.6, 8, ___, 16, 22Answer
  • 107. Potpourri $500 11
  • 108. Digital Metering History of Exposures PotpourriSettings And Focus Photography
  • 109. Digital Metering History Exposures PotpourriSettings And Focus of Photography100 100 100 100 100200 200 200 200 200300 300 300 300 300400 400 400 400 400500 500 500 500 500
  • 110. Digital Settings $100 In which of the following situations would you use mirror lock up? • When panning a subject • When cleaning a sensor • When using a depth-of-field preview button • When taking a light meter readingAnswer
  • 111. Digital Settings $100When cleaning a sensor
  • 112. Digital Settings $200 Set your camera to which color space for maximum color aperture? sRGB • Adobe RGB • LABAnswer
  • 113. Digital Settings $200 Adobe RGB
  • 114. Digital Settings $300 Exposure compensation settings do not work with which of these? Manual settings Aperture priority Shutter priority None of the aboveAnswer
  • 115. Digital Settings $300Manual Settings
  • 116. Digital Settings $400 When using a lens with image stabilization, turn off that feature when: Panning a subject Cleaning the sensor Storing the lens Using a tripodAnswer
  • 117. Digital Settings $400Using a tripod
  • 118. Digital Settings $500 What automatic setting on a digital SLR enables you to balance the exposures in a series of photos to be used in a panorama? AE lock CMOS Exposure Compensation +/- buttonAnswer
  • 119. Digital Settings $500 AE Lock
  • 120. Exposures $100 What is measured in f-stops?Answer
  • 121. Exposures $100 Aperture
  • 122. Exposures $200 When shooting a silhouette do you expose for the highlights or the shadows?Answer
  • 123. Exposures $200 Highlights
  • 124. Exposures $300 In a contrasty scene should you meter for the highlights or the shadows?Answer
  • 125. Exposures $300Highlights
  • 126. Exposures $400 Increasing the shutter speed from 1/60 th to 1/500th decreases the exposure time by how many stops?Answer
  • 127. Exposures $400 3 stops
  • 128. Exposures $500 An equivalent exposure for 1/1000th at f-4 is: 1/250th at f-8 1/125th at f-8 1/60th at f-8 1/30th at f-8Answer
  • 129. Exposures $5001/250th at f-8
  • 130. Metering and Focus $100 What feature on a digital SLR gives the best feedback about the levels of light captured in a photograph? • The LCD view • The histogram • The menu • The light meterAnswer
  • 131. Metering and Focus $100 The Histogram
  • 132. Metering and Focus $200 Which type of in-camera light metering offers the best exposure in most circumstances? matrix • spot • center-weightedAnswer
  • 133. Metering and Focus $200 Matrix
  • 134. Metering and Focus $300 In which of these circumstances would you want to use autofocus? • Shooting through glass • Shooting through a wire fence • Shooting with the camera’s face-recognition feature enabled • Shooting in low lightAnswer
  • 135. Metering and Focus $300Shooting with the camera’s face-recognition feature enabled
  • 136. Metering and Focus $400 When trying to make a wire fence disappear in your photograph, should you use autofocus or manual focus?Answer
  • 137. Metering and Focus $400 Manual Focus
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  • 139. Metering and Focus $1000 You will get the greatest depth of field when you focus your lens at what point?Answer
  • 140. Metering and Focus $1000Hyperfocal Distance
  • 141. History of Photography $100 This forerunner of the modern camera was a darkened room in which light was admitted through a tiny hole and an inverted image appeared on an opposite wall.Answer
  • 142. History of Photography $100 Camera Obscura
  • 143. History of Photography $200 George Eastman’s roll film and holder replaced these:Answer
  • 144. History of Photography $200 Glass Plates
  • 145. History of Photography $300 He coined the phrase, “You press the button. We do the rest.”Answer
  • 146. History of Photography $300 George Eastman
  • 147. History of Photography $400 What year was the first commercial camera-phone introduced?Answer
  • 148. History of Photography $400 1991
  • 149. History of Photography $500 Which company marketed the first commercially viable color film?Answer
  • 150. History of Photography $500 Kodak
  • 151. Potpourri $100 What is a picture-taking device usually consisting of a light-tight box, a film holder, a shutter to admit a measured quantity of light and a lens to focus the image?Answer
  • 152. Potpourri $100A Camera
  • 153. Potpourri $200 What is HDR?Answer
  • 154. Potpourri $200High Dynamic Range
  • 155. Potpourri $300 From which direction do you light a subject in a studio setting to draw the maximum amount of form?Answer
  • 156. Potpourri $300Side or top-front
  • 157. Potpourri $400 What focal length is typically used for portraiture?Answer
  • 158. Potpourri $40070-135mm – film or full-size sensor 48-90mm – APS-C sensor
  • 159. Potpourri $500 What effect does a three- quarters size sensor (APS-C) have on the apparent focal length of a lens?Answer
  • 160. Potpourri $500Increases the effective focal length by approximately 50%
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