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### Mid term sp.2013ppt

1. 1. Mid-term ExamDigital Photography - 2863
2. 2. 1 & 2. Name the two types ofshutters and explain how eachworks.
3. 3. 3. What does an exposure“histogram” measure?
4. 4. 4. True or False:An image that is overexposed will showmost of the values registering at the right ofthe histogram.
5. 5. 5. There are several types of built-in meters thatcalculate the exposure in different ways. One type is theaveraging meter. Name at least one other type of meter.
6. 6. 6. When shooting in RAW, should you adjust thecamera for different white balance environments?
7. 7. 7. What does the aperture do?A. It controls how much light reaches the sensor.B. It controls how long the shutter is open.C. It controls the depth of field.D. It controls the speed of the film.E. Both A and C.F. Both B and D.
8. 8. 8. How was this photo probably taken?
9. 9. 9. True or False:Moving the exposure compensation dial to +1 or +2increases the exposure by one or two stops andlightens the picture.
10. 10. 10. The number ofpixels in an image isreferred to as its_____________.
11. 11. 11. Explainwhat makesan “averagescene” as faras exposureconditions areconcerned.
12. 12. 12. An aperture of f/2.8 lets in: a. twice as much light b. half as much light as an aperture of f/4.
13. 13. 13. The focal length of a lens affects thephotograph in what two ways?• Amount of light and angle of view• Angle of view and magnification• Depth of field and magnification
14. 14. 14. What is “White Balance?”
15. 15. 15. True or False:• A small aperture has a shallow depth of field and a large aperture has a deep depth of field.
16. 16. 16. An f/32 aperture has what size opening? A. Large B. Small C. Medium
17. 17. 17. Apertures of thesame number (like f/22) are notall the exact same size!Why not?
18. 18. 18. True or False:An “incident-lightmeter” measuresthe amount of lightfalling on the meteritself.
19. 19. 19. The built in meter in yourcamera is called “TTL .” What doesthis acronym stand for?
20. 20. 20. In a histogram, the number equivalent forwhite is: a. 255 b. 128 c. 0
21. 21. 21. What is a “gray card?”
22. 22. 22. If you are ever in a landscapesituation without a gray card, what canyou meter that is close in value to a graycard?
23. 23. 23. In this cutaway view of an SLR with along lens, what is the space defined by thearrow called?
24. 24. 24. When metering for situations where the subjectis darker or lighter than the background, what is thetechnique you should use?
25. 25. 25. A lens is called “fast”because:A. It takes very little time to focus.A. It can capture a greater depth of field in a longer period of time.C. The wide aperture allows for faster exposure times.
26. 26. 26. What is “clipping?”
27. 27. 27. When using adigital camera andyou are forced toeither overexposeor underexposethe photograph,which should youchoose to do?
28. 28. 28. What percent gray is aphotographic gray card?
29. 29. 29. A digital picture is made up of a largenumber of ________, each one a squarewith a single value and color in a grid like acheckerboard.
30. 30. 30. True or False:The shorter the lens, the greater the depth of field.
31. 31. 31. What are the two types of colorprocesses?(One commonly uses the CMYK colorenvironment and the other uses the RGBenvironment.)
32. 32. 32. What is “bracketing?”
33. 33. 33. What does the acronym“DSLR” stand for?
34. 34. 34. Describe how this photo wastaken.
35. 35. 35. The quality of light is called color temperature and ismeasured on a scale in degrees ____________.
36. 36. 36. A device that reads the amount of lightstriking your subject is called __________.
37. 37. In the next slides, choose the best description of the exposure, lens or technique. 37
38. 38. 37. Taken with a:a. macro lensb. zoom lensc. fisheye lens 38
39. 39. 38. a. large aperture b. small aperture 39
40. 40. 39. The image was taken using:a. bracketed photos blended into an HDR image b. medium aperture, long exposure 40 c. infrared filter
41. 41. 40. Taken with a: a. short shutter speed and a wide apertureb. long shutter speed and medium aperture. 41
42. 42. 41. Taken using:a. zoom lensb. telephoto lensc. technique of panning 42
43. 43. 42. Taken with a:a. macro lensb. infrared filter 43c. medium-long lens
44. 44. 43. Taken with:a. large aperture, long exposureb. large aperture, short exposurec. small aperture, long exposure 44
45. 45. 44. Taken using:a. very long exposure, camera on tripodb. multiple shutter releases with camera on tripodc. wide angle lens 45d. movement of camera
46. 46. 45. Taken using:a. telephoto lensb. regular lensc. wide-angle lens 46
47. 47. 46. Taken using:a. flashb. pinhole camerac. large aperture 47
48. 48. 47. Taken with a:a. fast shutter speed, large apertureb. slow shutter speed, large aperture 48
49. 49. 48. Proper exposure achieved by:a. metering on girl’s faceb. metering entire scenec. using a flash 49
50. 50. 49. Taken with a:a. large aperture 50b. small aperture
51. 51. 50. Taken using:a. small aperture, slow exposureb. tripod, very slow exposurec. small aperture, fast exposure 51