Photo II – Review Quiz

Multiple Choice

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?

The subtractive primaries (the physics of light) are:

When metering a scene with a bright sky behind your subject what should you do to insure that your subject gets the proper exposure?

What aperture setting would produce Shallow Depth of Field?

Which filter is needed when photographing indoors underneath household bulbs using daylight film?

An image made with daylight film under light that is 3200 K will:

Suppose that after metering for middle grey you get a reading of 1/8th sec. @ f 22. In order to prevent blur you stop up to 1/60th sec. What should your new F-stop be?

Which filter is needed to eliminate reflections on glass or water?

What is the first thing to determine from your test strip when printing color negatives?

What aperture setting would produce Great Depth of Field?

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