Cuvvsp11belement1.3organise And Maintain Workspace

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Cuvvsp11belement1.3organise And Maintain Workspace - Quiz


This quiz will test your knowledge and understanding of how to organise and maintain the photographic workspace


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Complete the following sentence with the correct response.The tiniest fleck of dust on a camera lens can...

    • A.

      ...create an interesting effect on one of your photos.

    • B.

      ...ruin a whole series of photos.

    • C.

      ...be removed with a clean tissue.

    • D.

      ...cause deterioration of the camera housing over time.

    Correct Answer
    B. ...ruin a whole series of photos.
    Explanation
    A tiny fleck of dust on a camera lens can ruin a whole series of photos because it can obstruct the light entering the camera and result in blurry or distorted images. Dust particles can also cast shadows on the sensor, leading to dark spots or blemishes on the photos. It is important to keep the camera lens clean to ensure clear and high-quality photographs.

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  • 2. 

    Which of the following occations are one-off occations for photos? (More than one answer)  

    • A.

      Special memories (baby’s first steps)

    • B.

      Weddings,

    • C.

      Holiday photos

    • D.

      Random snapshots

    • E.

      Moments of tragic destruction (floods, fire etc)

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Special memories (baby’s first steps)
    B. Weddings,
    C. Holiday photos
    E. Moments of tragic destruction (floods, fire etc)
    Explanation
    The given answer includes special memories such as baby's first steps, weddings, holiday photos, and moments of tragic destruction like floods and fire. These occasions are considered one-off occasions for photos because they are unique and typically occur only once in a person's life or are rare occurrences. These events hold significant emotional or historical value, making them special and worthy of capturing through photography.

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  • 3. 

    Which of the following would NOT be likely to be used by the serious photographer on the move?

    • A.

      Digital SLR

    • B.

      Camera on their digital phone

    • C.

      Several lenses with various zoom capacities

    • D.

      A tripod and detachable flash

    Correct Answer
    B. Camera on their digital phone
    Explanation
    The serious photographer on the move would not likely use a camera on their digital phone because it may not offer the same level of control, image quality, and versatility as a digital SLR. A digital SLR allows for manual adjustments, interchangeable lenses, and better image sensor, which are essential for professional photography. Additionally, using a camera on a phone may not provide the necessary stability and control that a tripod and detachable flash can offer in different shooting conditions.

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  • 4. 

    Which of the following items might be found in the workspace of the studio photographer? (More than one answer)

    • A.

      Reflector screens

    • B.

      Special photographic lights

    • C.

      A range of scenic or textured backdrops

    • D.

      Paper towels for cleaning lenses

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Reflector screens
    B. Special photographic lights
    C. A range of scenic or textured backdrops
    Explanation
    A studio photographer often uses reflector screens to manipulate lighting, special photographic lights to create desired lighting effects, and a range of scenic or textured backdrops to enhance the background of the photographs. Paper towels for cleaning lenses may also be found in their workspace to ensure the lenses are kept clean and free from smudges or dust particles.

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  • 5. 

    One way to keep your workspace organised so that you can use the equipment effectively is to ...

    • A.

      Ask someone to clean up after you

    • B.

      Make sure you put equipment away when you have finished using it so that it can easily be retrieved next time.

    • C.

      Leave the items you use this time where you finished with them because you can see where they are

    • D.

      Keep everything in neat piles - there is no need to organise what is in the pile

    Correct Answer
    B. Make sure you put equipment away when you have finished using it so that it can easily be retrieved next time.
    Explanation
    Putting equipment away after use ensures that it can be easily found and accessed in the future, thus keeping the workspace organized and allowing for effective use of the equipment. This practice helps to prevent clutter and confusion, enabling a smoother workflow and maximizing efficiency.

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  • 6. 

    6 Which of the following strategies should you AVOID?

    • A.

      Keep your drink bottle close by.

    • B.

      Make it a habit to dust down the screen and keyboard of your computer on a weekly basis

    • C.

      When you are not working directly with the keyboard, pick it up and put it on the computer case so that you have desk space to do your drawings etc.

    • D.

      Clean up eraser, pencil or charcoal “mess” from the desk before you start back on the keyboard.

    Correct Answer
    A. Keep your drink bottle close by.
    Explanation
    Keeping your drink bottle close by can be a potential hazard as it increases the risk of accidental spills or damage to electronic equipment such as the computer keyboard. It is important to keep liquids away from sensitive electronics to avoid any potential damage or malfunction. Therefore, it is advisable to avoid this strategy to ensure the safety and proper functioning of your computer equipment.

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  • 7. 

    7 Which of the following practices should you follow to keep your workspace safe? (More than one answer)

    • A.

      Tidy up loose cables.

    • B.

      Make sure that you keep all electrical equipment away from water.

    • C.

      Ensure that you have clear walkways in photographic studios

    • D.

      Block access to emergency exits or passageways when taking photos

    • E.

      Get into the habit of tunnel vision where you see the world only through the viewfinder of the camera.

    • F.

      Always return equipment to the correct storage space – particularly safety equipment

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Tidy up loose cables.
    B. Make sure that you keep all electrical equipment away from water.
    C. Ensure that you have clear walkways in photographic studios
    F. Always return equipment to the correct storage space – particularly safety equipment
    Explanation
    To keep your workspace safe, it is important to tidy up loose cables to prevent tripping hazards. Keeping all electrical equipment away from water is crucial to avoid electrical shocks or damage. Ensuring clear walkways in photographic studios helps prevent accidents and allows for easy movement. Always returning equipment to the correct storage space, especially safety equipment, ensures that it is readily available when needed and prevents it from being misplaced or damaged.

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  • 8. 

    8 The reason why you should use a computer to store your photos away from the camera is... 

    • A.

      So that you can keep using up the memory of your computer

    • B.

      So that you can delete all your photos

    • C.

      So that your memories will not be lost forever if something goes wrong with the camera.

    • D.

      So that no one else can see your photos

    Correct Answer
    C. So that your memories will not be lost forever if something goes wrong with the camera.
    Explanation
    By storing your photos on a computer, you can prevent the loss of your memories in case something happens to the camera. If the camera gets damaged, lost, or stolen, your photos will still be safely stored on the computer. This ensures that even if something goes wrong with the camera, your memories will not be lost forever.

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  • 9. 

    9 Which of the following objects might be found in the "workspace" of an amateur phtographer? (more than one answer)

    • A.

      Spare camera card

    • B.

      Lens duster

    • C.

      Point-and-shoot camera

    • D.

      Spare battery

    • E.

      Camera case

    • F.

      Textures backdrop screen

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Spare camera card
    B. Lens duster
    C. Point-and-shoot camera
    D. Spare battery
    E. Camera case
    Explanation
    An amateur photographer's workspace may contain a spare camera card, lens duster, point-and-shoot camera, spare battery, and camera case. These items are commonly used by photographers to ensure they have extra storage, clean lenses, a backup camera, additional power, and a protective case for their equipment.

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  • 10. 

    True or False In any field of work practice, safety should always be your first priority

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    Safety should always be the first priority in any field of work practice because it ensures the well-being and protection of individuals. By prioritizing safety, potential accidents, injuries, and hazards can be minimized or avoided altogether. This not only helps to create a safe working environment but also promotes productivity and efficiency. Additionally, prioritizing safety demonstrates a responsible and ethical approach towards work practices, showing concern for the welfare of oneself and others.

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Jeanie MacNamara |Art teacher |
Jeanie is an Art Teacher and Academic English Language Coach, fostering artistic creativity and enhancing language proficiency for her students.

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