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  1. 1. Photography Quiz Name:___________________________PART I: CAMERA FUNCTIONS1. Which camera setting refers to the camera’s sensitivity to light?2. Which camera setting refers to how quickly the camera eye opens and closes?3. Which camera setting is adjusted according to the amount of natural light availablewhere you are shooting pictures? (Hint: this setting usually does NOT change for theduration of your shoot)4. Which camera setting refers to the size of the eye in the camera?5. Which camera setting should be adjusted to account for quick motion photos?6. Should you increase or decrease the ISO when shooting indoors?7. Should you increase or decrease the shutter speed for still-life (portrait) photos?8. If you increase the shutter speed, does exposure increase or decrease?9. If you increase the aperture size, does exposure increase or decrease?10. What is the range of ISO settings (lowest and highest only)11. How is shutter speed displayed on the camera? Give an example shutter speed.12. How is aperture displayed on the camera? Give an example setting.13. Should you increase or decrease the aperture size to achieve an intentional blurringof the background in a photo?
  2. 2. 14. When the aperture size is increased, what happens to the aperture display numberon the camera?15. Does exposure increase or decrease when aperture is increased?16. When you increase the ISO, does exposure increase or decrease?17. If my exposure meter says my photo will be too dark, what is one thing I can do tofix it?18. If my exposure meter says my photo will be too light, what is one thing I can do to fixit? (You cannot use the same setting adjustment you used on 17).19. If I’m taking a picture of a friend with the White House in the background, how can Imake sure both my friend and the building are in focus?PART II: DARKROOM REVIEW 1- ____ photogram sensitive materials inside a camera obscura. b. The chemical that makes the 2- ____ pinhole photograph image appear on the light sensitive material. c. The chemical that makes the 3- ____ developer image light safe. d. An image created by putting 4- ____ fixer objects on top of light sensitive paper and exposing the paper to light. e. The process used to remove all 5- ____ stop chemicals from the photo paper. f. The chemical used to end the 6- ____ rinse image development. a. An image created by placing light

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