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Chapter 8

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

 1. 

Good photgraphs are “made” not “taken”
 

 2. 

Before you get into the “artistry” of photography, you become competent in the “technical” aspect first
 

 3. 

Bracketing is used to try to get the exposure just right
 

 4. 

Generally, 4 shots are used in bracketing
 

 5. 

If the photo is dark, the histogram will be weighted to the right
 

 6. 

Exposure compensation is a setting that forces the camera to over-expose or under-expose from it normal metering
 

 7. 

When set to full matrix metering, you camera takes it’s light reading from the entire field of view
 

 8. 

Tv mode setting allows you to adjust the aperture setting just by moving the wheel
 

 9. 

When the highlights of your photo are “clipped”, you should try again using a wider aperture
 

 10. 

When an image appears mostly gray and flat, the histogram will also be flat across it’s full range
 

 11. 

Use center-weighted averaging light metering when you don’t care as much about the light near the edges of the field of view
 

 12. 

There is no way of knowing if the photo you are about to take will be over or under exposed
 

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

 13. 

To keep objects in dark shadow from loosing detail, you should
a.
over-expose
c.
turn the flash off
b.
set a lower ISO
d.
set the speed faster
 

 14. 

The luminance of most scenes averages about
a.
18%
c.
72%
b.
90%
d.
50%
 

 15. 

A histogram is a simple graph of
a.
the ratio of variables in your image
c.
the distribution of all the tones in your image
b.
the ratio of speed and aperture
d.
the history of the variables of your photograph
 

 16. 

Slightly under-exposing you photo will
a.
make the hue shift
c.
make light objects brighter
b.
make the colors more saturated
d.
make the result lighter
 

 17. 

Luminance is the same as
a.
tone
c.
brightness
b.
hue
d.
vibrance
 



 
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