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Photo 12

True/False
Indicate whether the statement is true or false.
 

 1. 

When shooting for a panorama, it’s best to set the camera to it automatic setting
 

 2. 

Since grayscale photos are all about tone, it’s important to have as few shades of gray as possible in you photo
 

 3. 

When taking a series of shots for a panorama, subsequent shots must overlap with the previous shot
 

 4. 

If you are trying to get objects that are near as well as objects that are distant in focus, you should adjust the focus somewhere between the two
 

 5. 

In most landscape photos, you will use a high aperture setting  (small aperture)
 

 6. 

High-Dynamic Range imaging is the use of two or more identical shots, shot at different apertures and then blended together
 

 7. 

Collaging is the layering of several shots together without stiching as in a panorama
 

 8. 

Grayscale photos are never as compelling as the same ones in color
 

 9. 

There is no quantifiable, absolute correspondence between a particular color and a specific shade of gray when turning a color photo to grayscale
 

 10. 

The use of a tripod is necessary because you’ve set the speed very slow
 

Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 11. 

If you are shooting a portrait of a person with a beautiful sunset in the background, the photo will tend to
a.
be over-exposed on the person
c.
out-of-focus on the sunset
b.
be under-exposed on the person
d.
have more color than is necessary
 

 12. 

To prevent a lens flare
a.
don’t worry about it as there is no such thing as lens flare
c.
change to a different lens
b.
shade the lens from the sun
d.
use Photoshop to remove it
 

 13. 

If you were assigned to cover a family reunion event, you should
a.
find a good spot and take photos from there, so you are not moving around too much
c.
only use a tripod to keep the camera steady
b.
put a telephoto lens on the camera, so you can stay out of the action while getting good shots
d.
mingle with family members and get lots of close-ups
 

 14. 

When shooting at night without a flash, to get a good focus
a.
bracket the ISO settings to find the best focus
c.
flip the focus to manual and focus by turning the focus knob yourself
b.
always use the auto-focus setting
d.
focus on something bright that’s about the same distance as the subject, then flip the focus to manual
 

 15. 

When shooting daylight sports, if you want to slightly blur the action, you should
a.
raise the ISO
c.
use a tripod
b.
lower the aperture (higher number)
d.
slow the shutter speed
 

 16. 

When shooting multiple shots for a panorama
a.
set the camera to it’s automatic setting
c.
it’s best not to use a tripod
b.
it’s best to lock in all settings before hand.
d.
it’s best to use a different aperture setting for each shot
 

 17. 

To prevent any vibration when using a tripod
a.
steady the tripod with both hands
c.
crank the tripod to full height
b.
don’t tighten down all the knobs on the tripod
d.
use the self-timer mode
 

 18. 

When shooting a product you want to sell online, you want to
a.
increase the shutter speed
c.
show it’s size by also showing the products shadow
b.
use a very open aperture
d.
shoot in very soft, even light
 

 19. 

When shooting multiple shots for High-Dynamic Range imaging, you will vary the exposure being careful to
a.
not change the aperture
c.
not change the shutter speed
b.
change the zoom level between shots
d.
adjust the focus between shots
 

Multiple Response
Identify one or more choices that best complete the statement or answer the question.
 

 20. 

mr020-1.jpg 
What’s wrong with this photo
 a.
interfering objects in the corner
 d.
subject doesn’t stand out
 b.
lens flare
 e.
too much color
 c.
focus problems on distant trees
 f.
ISO setting too high causing dropped pixels
 



 
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