Photo I – Review Quiz

Multiple Choice

The indicated exposure of a scene is f/4 at 1/500. If you decide to shoot at f/16, what must your SHUTTER SPEED be to get an equivalent exposure?

What is the light sensitive part of film?

Changing the f-stop of the enlarger lens to a lower number increases OR decreases the amount of light reaching the paper?

What two camera controls are determined by the lens?

What lens size is considered “normal” for a 35mm camera?

Which camera control should be adjusted to prevent movement when making a photograph?

What standard rating indicates a film’s sensitivity to light?

This determines the length of time that light strikes the film

Over-exposure produces what type of negative?

Your meter says f/11 at 1/60. An exposure that would provide TWO STOPS less exposure is ________________.

Which of the follow does NOT effect the contrast of your negative?

This type of meter measures the amount of light reflected from an object

An under-exposed negative appears _____________.

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

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

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

To increase the apparent depth-of-field in your photograph, you would_______________.

At Columbia College, which chemicals are poured down the drain after using them?

This controls the overall lightness and darkness of the image

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

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