Photo I – Review Quiz

Multiple Choice

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

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

Which of the following is not a factor in controlling depth of field?

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 __________.

This determines how bright the light is that passes through the lens and shutter to the film

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

What is the light sensitive part of film?

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

What does the aperture on the enlarger do?

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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?

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

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

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