Photo I – Review Quiz

Multiple Choice

During development of your film, what will NOT increase the contrast of your negative?

Aperture sizes are measured on a standard scale of numbers called ___________.

The particles of silver that make up a photographic image are called __________.

What is the light sensitive part of film?

What type of light meter does a 35mm camera have?

If you take a reflected light meter reading of a white wall in a scene, and set the exposure on the camera as the meter indicates, what will the tone of the wall be in the final print? _________?

This describes a film's sensitivity to light

What two camera controls are determined by the lens?

When printing, darkening a specific area of a print is known as _____________.

The amount of a scene that can be recorded by a particular lens from a given position is the ________________________.

This determines the length of time that light strikes the film

What criteria do you look for on a contact sheet to determine if it is properly exposed?

The longer the focal length, the greater the _________________ of the image.

Taking several photographs of the same scene at different exposure settings to help make a well-exposed photograph is known as ________________.

Over-exposure produces what type of negative?

F/8 allows ___________ the amount of light to strike the film as F/11.

When printing, a change to a higher number contrast filter will result in a print that is _____________.

When printing, we change contrast filters to adjust the _____________, and printing time for detail in the __________.

What area of the print do you examine first for proper exposure?

Unwanted light that reflects and scatters inside a lens or camera, causing a loss of contrast in the image as it reaches the film is called __________.

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