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The length of time that light is allowed to enter into the cameras sensor is controlled by which setting?
a) Shutter Speed b) ISO c) Aperture d) White Balance
How sensitive your camera is to light is controlled by which setting?
a) Shutter Speed b) ISO c) Aperature d) White Balance
A broad light source will?
a) A) Lessen the amount of shadow on the subject b) b) Mute textures in the frame c) C) Increase the amount of shadows on the subject d) D) A and B
A narrow light source will?
a) A) Lessen the amount of shadow on the subject b) B) Mute textures in the frame c) C) Increase the amount of shadows on the subject d) D) A and C
The amount of light allowed in through the camera’s lens is controlled by which setting?
a) Shutter Speed b) Iso c) Aperature d) White Balance
What is meant by the term “view point” in photography?
a) What the person who looks at your photo thinks about it. b) The angle from which the photo was taken. c) The direction the subject of the picture is looking. d) The framing of the photo.
Aligning natural elements around the subject to help draw attention to the subject is called?
a) Balancing b) Cropping c) Framing d) Rule of tHIRDS
The third dimension that is very difficult to achieve in photos is called?
a) Height b) Width c) Length d) Depth
The 3 areas many landscape photos are broken into, which help make a photo look more interesting and real are?
a) Front Space, Middle Space, and Back Space b) Closest, Middle and furthest away c) Fore Ground, Middle Ground, and Back Ground d) First, Second, and Third
Splitting your pictures frame into 9 equal boxes to help add balance to the shot is known as?
a) Back Lighting b) Rule of Thirds c) Framing Rule d) Balancing Elements
Digital media works with what color code?
a) Additive Color Formation b) Subtractive Color Formation c) Reb, Blue, Green d) The rainbow
Families of distinctive visual symbols that are used to compose a finished document are known as?
a) Characters b) Typefaces c) Typographer d) Typography
The individual visual symbols in a particular typeface are known as?
a) Characters b) Typefaces c) Typographer d) Typography
The thickened tips or short finishing-off strokes at the top and bottom of characters are known as:
a) Hair lines b) Stems c) Serifs d) Stress
The most commonly used type face is?
a) Roman b) Sans Serif c) Square Serif d) Italicized
A colors lightness or darkness is known as the colors?
a) Chroma b) Brightness c) Saturation d) Hue
Printed documents work in what color code?
a) Addiditve Color Formation b) Subtractive Color Formation c) CMYB d) Red, Blue, Yellow
The color of an object as it is perceived by the eye, is known as the colors?
a) Chroma b) Brightness c) Saturation d) Hue
The rods in our eyes allow us to see?
a) Intensity and Color b) Black, White, and Gray c) Red, Blue, and Green d) Day time vision
The cones in our eyes allow us to see?
a) Intensity and Color b) Just Intensity c) Black and White d) Night Vision
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