Photo I – Review Quiz

Multiple Choice

Your meter says f/11 at 1/60. An exposure that would provide TWO STOPS less exposure is ________________.
What type of light meter does a 35mm camera have?
The amount of a scene that can be recorded by a particular lens from a given position is the ________________________.
What two camera controls are determined by the lens?
Which of the following is not a factor in controlling depth of field?
The particles of silver that make up a photographic image are called __________.
What lens size is considered “normal” for a 35mm camera?
When hand holding a camera, what is the slowest shutter speed that can be used without getting camera shake?
Over-exposure produces what type of negative?
This determines the length of time that light strikes the film
Taking several photographs of the same scene at different exposure settings to help make a well-exposed photograph is known as ________________.
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? _________?
During development of your film, what will NOT increase the contrast of your negative?
What standard rating indicates a film’s sensitivity to light?
Which camera control should be adjusted to prevent movement when making a photograph?
At Columbia College, which chemicals are poured down the drain after using them?
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 __________.
The indicated exposure of a scene is f/5.6 at 1/250. If you decide to change the shutter speed to 1/15, what must the APERTURE be changed to in order to get an equivalent exposure?
An under-exposed negative appears _____________.
What does the aperture on the enlarger do?