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If I wanted to shoot a photo of a sweeping landscape with rivers and mountains, what aperture setting would be best to use?
a) f2 b) f8 c) f16 d) f32
You are shooting a photo with a setting of ISO 200, f22 @ 15 and your subject keeps turning out blurry. Why?
a) Your aperture is too large and you aren't focused on your subject. b) Your shutter speed is too slow and you aren't using a tripod. c) Your ISO is producing too much noise. d) Your aperture is too small to focus on your subject.
Which of the following does NOT control the light exposure of your photo?
a) ISO (film speed) b) Aperture (f stop) c) Shutter Speed d) White Balance
Which one of the following camera settings would give me a crisp subject and a blurred background with low noise?
a) ISO 200, f2 @ 2000 b) ISO 1600, f4 @ 500 c) ISO 800, f32 @ 1000 d) ISO 800, f8 @ 60
Which one of the following shutter speeds would be best for freezing someone jumping in mid air?
a) 1/30 b) 1/125 c) 1/200 d) 1/1000
If I want to blend out a busy background, what settings would be best to use?
a) 4000 @ f2 b) 200 @ f22 c) 800 @ f11 d) 400 @ f8
Why might my photo be too yellow?
a) I didn't light meter to get the right exposure. b) I didn't adjust my white balance to match the light source I'm using. c) I am shooting with a high ISO or film speed. d) My shutter speed is too fast.
White balance does what?
a) Makes sure there is not too much white in your image. b) Color corrects for overly-warm or overly-cool lighting. c) Makes sure that your photo is not overexposed. d) Helps diffuse the light on bright days.
Which film speed creates the LEAST amount of photo noise?
a) 1600 b) 800 c) 400 d) 200
How would I make sure I had a good range of values so that my photos were properly exposed?
a) Set my aperture to the widest setting. b) Use my light meter. c) Adjust my white balance to match the light source. d) Dial up my film speed.
Which film speed or ISO setting is the most sensitive to light?
a) 1600 b) 800 c) 400 d) 200
How would I make sure my colors were registering correctly in my camera?
a) Set my aperture to the widest setting. b) Use my light meter. c) Adjust my white balance to match the light source. d) Dial up my film speed.
Which of the following is the widest aperture or f-stop setting?
a) f 22 b) f 8 c) f 2.8 d) f 16
Which of the following shutter speeds would require you to use a tripod to prevent blurs?
a) 1/30 b) 1/125 c) 1/200 d) 1/1000
If your photo is underexposed, what adjustment would you make to improve the exposure?
a) Either chooose a wider aperture setting or a longer shutter speed. b) Either choose a narrower aperture setting or a shorter shutter speed. c) Switch to auto mode. d) Add a tripod to prevent motion blur.
Aside from exposure, what does the ISO or Film Speed control?
a) Showing or stopping motion. b) Photo noise. c) Depth of field. d) Warmth or coolness in the color of a photo.
Aside from exposure, what does the shutter speed control?
a) Showing or stopping motion. b) Photo noise. c) Depth of field. d) Warmth or coolness of the color in a photo.
What does DSLR stand for?
a) Digital Single Lens Reflex b) Digital Standard Lens Reflection c) Digital Standard Lucid Reduction d) Double-Sided Lens Reflection
Aside from exposure, what does the aperture setting control?
a) Showing or stopping motion. b) Photo noise. c) Depth of field. d) Warmth or coolness of the color in a photo.
The simplest definition of a camera is . . .
a) a digital instrument that records and image. b) a light-tight box with a hole in it. c) a digital instrument with an aperture d) a machine that holds light-sensitive film or sensors.
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