Photo I – Review Quiz

Multiple Choice

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

The relative difference between the light and dark parts of a scene or in a photograph is called ____________.

This describes a film's sensitivity to light

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

To prevent unwanted light from entering the lens, you should use a :

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?

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

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

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?

What two camera controls are determined by the lens?

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

This controls the overall lightness and darkness of the image

The distance from an internal part of the lens to the film plane when the lens is focused on infinity is:

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

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

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

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

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

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

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