1st Quarter Photography Test

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1st Quarter Photography Test - Quiz


This is the 1st quarter test for photography. It encompasses some photography history, basic camera settings and tips, tricks, and advice from Scott Kelby's Books.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    What do you like most about this class so far?  What would you like to change/add/do in the 2nd Quarter?

  • 2. 

    The Pinhole Camera was

    • A.

      A simple camera without a lens

    • B.

      A small room used to capture images

    • C.

      Useful because of it's large aperture

    • D.

      The first practical photographic process

    Correct Answer
    A. A simple camera without a lens
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "A simple camera without a lens". This is because a pinhole camera is a basic camera that consists of a lightproof box with a small hole (pinhole) on one side, allowing light to enter. The absence of a lens is compensated by the small size of the hole, which acts as a natural aperture. This allows light to pass through and form an inverted image on the opposite side of the box, creating a simple yet effective way of capturing images.

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  • 3. 

    The Camera Obscura  was

    • A.

      A simple camera without a lens

    • B.

      A small room used to capture images

    • C.

      Useful because of it's large aperture

    • D.

      The first practical photographic process

    Correct Answer
    B. A small room used to capture images
    Explanation
    The Camera Obscura refers to a small room used to capture images. It was an early device used in photography where light from an external scene passed through a small hole or lens and projected an inverted image onto a surface inside the room. This allowed for the projection and observation of images in a controlled environment. The camera obscura was a precursor to modern cameras and played a significant role in the development of photography.

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  • 4. 

    Silver Nitrate was used

    • A.

      Before applying collodion to a surface and intended to create a create a negative image that could be reproduced using the camera obscura.

    • B.

      To clean the camera's lens in an effort to eliminate any light sensitive materials.

    • C.

      During the photo shoot to keep we plates coated in collodion from drying out.

    • D.

      After applying collodion to a surface (usually glass) to bind iodide and bromide to make a sliver halide coating that is sensitive to light.

    Correct Answer
    D. After applying collodion to a surface (usually glass) to bind iodide and bromide to make a sliver halide coating that is sensitive to light.
    Explanation
    Silver Nitrate was used after applying collodion to a surface (usually glass) to bind iodide and bromide to make a silver halide coating that is sensitive to light. This process is known as sensitizing the plate. The silver halide coating is what reacts to light during the photo shoot, capturing the image. Without the silver halide coating, the collodion alone would not be sensitive to light and would not produce a photograph.

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  • 5. 

    Joseph Niepce was

    • A.

      An American inventor who developed reflexive lenses.

    • B.

      Originally discovered the platinum process on the basis of light sensitivity of platinum salts

    • C.

      A French inventor who developed heliography.

    • D.

      A British inventor who invented the calotype process.

    Correct Answer
    C. A French inventor who developed heliography.
    Explanation
    Joseph Niepce is known as a French inventor who developed heliography. Heliography is the process of using light to create permanent images. Niepce's work with heliography laid the foundation for modern photography. He is also credited with creating the world's oldest surviving photograph, which was taken using this process. Niepce's contributions to the development of photography were significant and his work paved the way for future advancements in the field.

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  • 6. 

    Fox Talbot was

    • A.

      An American inventor who developed reflexive lenses.

    • B.

      Originally discovered the platinum process on the basis of light sensitivity of platinum salts

    • C.

      A French inventor who developed heliography.

    • D.

      A British inventor who invented the calotype process.

    Correct Answer
    D. A British inventor who invented the calotype process.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is a British inventor who invented the calotype process. Fox Talbot, a British inventor, is known for his invention of the calotype process. This process involved creating a negative image on paper coated with silver iodide, which could then be used to produce multiple positive prints. Talbot's invention was a significant development in the field of photography, as it allowed for the production of multiple copies of an image.

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  • 7. 

    The first permanent photograph was called ...

    • A.

      View from the Window at Le Gras

    • B.

      View from the Window at Alcatraz

    • C.

      View from my Bedroom during the day

    • D.

      View of the Courtyard at Les Strange

    Correct Answer
    A. View from the Window at Le Gras
    Explanation
    The first permanent photograph was called "View from the Window at Le Gras". This photograph was taken by Joseph Nicéphore Niépce in 1826 or 1827 using a process called heliography. It is considered the earliest surviving photograph and is a significant milestone in the history of photography.

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  • 8. 

    Daguerrtype

    • A.

      Was the first mobile photo lab

    • B.

      Was the first practicable photographic process

    • C.

      Was the first practicum photogenesis.

    • D.

      Was the first SLR camera

    Correct Answer
    B. Was the first practicable photographic process
    Explanation
    The term "Daguerrtype" refers to the first practicable photographic process. It was invented by Louis-Jacques-Mandé Daguerre in the 19th century and allowed for the creation of permanent images on a silver-coated copper plate. This process revolutionized photography and paved the way for future advancements in the field. The other options mentioned in the question, such as being a mobile photo lab or an SLR camera, are not accurate descriptions of the Daguerrtype.

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  • 9. 

    John Hershcel was

    • A.

      An American inventor who developed reflexive lenses.

    • B.

      Originally discovered the platinum process on the basis of light sensitivity of platinum salts

    • C.

      A French inventor who developed heliography.

    • D.

      A British inventor who invented the calotype process.

    Correct Answer
    B. Originally discovered the platinum process on the basis of light sensitivity of platinum salts
    Explanation
    John Herschel was an American inventor who originally discovered the platinum process on the basis of the light sensitivity of platinum salts. The platinum process is a photographic printing process that uses platinum and palladium metals to create images. Herschel's discovery of the light sensitivity of platinum salts laid the foundation for the development of this process, which became an important technique in early photography.

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  • 10. 

    Calotype was

    • A.

      Introduced by Fox Talbot

    • B.

      Introduced by John Herschel

    • C.

      Introduced by Joseph Niepce

    • D.

      Introduced by Jorge' Vanderkon

    Correct Answer
    A. Introduced by Fox Talbot
    Explanation
    The calotype was a photographic process introduced by Fox Talbot. He developed this process in the 19th century as an alternative to the daguerreotype. The calotype involved using a paper negative to produce multiple positive prints, making it a more versatile and practical method of photography. Talbot's invention revolutionized the field of photography and played a significant role in its development.

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  • 11. 

    How long did it take for the earliest photographs to develope?

    • A.

      8 minutes

    • B.

      8 months

    • C.

      8 seconds

    • D.

      8 hours

    Correct Answer
    D. 8 hours
    Explanation
    In the early days of photography, the development process was time-consuming and required several hours for the image to fully develop. This was due to the use of large format cameras and the chemicals used in the development process, which took a significant amount of time to react and produce a visible image. Therefore, the correct answer is 8 hours.

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  • 12. 

    Kodak dry plates offered great convenience in

    • A.

      Jello plates

    • B.

      Platinum plates

    • C.

      Paper plates

    • D.

      Gelatin plates

    Correct Answer
    D. Gelatin plates
    Explanation
    Kodak dry plates offered great convenience in gelatin plates. Gelatin plates were commonly used in early photography as a light-sensitive material. They were convenient because they could be prepared in advance and stored for later use. Unlike jello, platinum, or paper plates, gelatin plates were specifically designed for photographic purposes and provided a reliable and efficient medium for capturing images.

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  • 13. 

    The first 35mm camera was the 

    • A.

      Minolta Trushot

    • B.

      Monocular Eyeshot

    • C.

      Kine Exacta

    • D.

      Soviet Shooter

    Correct Answer
    C. Kine Exacta
    Explanation
    The Kine Exacta was the first 35mm camera. It was introduced in 1925 by the German company Ihagee. The Kine Exacta was innovative for its time, featuring a focal plane shutter and interchangeable lenses. It revolutionized photography by making 35mm film more accessible and popularizing the use of smaller cameras.

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  • 14. 

    The photographic SLR camera was invented by

    • A.

      John Herschel

    • B.

      Thomas Sutton

    • C.

      Fox Talbot Jr.

    • D.

      Joseph Niepce

    Correct Answer
    B. Thomas Sutton
    Explanation
    Thomas Sutton is credited with inventing the photographic SLR camera. He developed the first practical single-lens reflex camera in 1861. This camera allowed photographers to see exactly what the lens saw through a mirror and prism system. Sutton's invention revolutionized photography by providing a more accurate representation of the final image and became the foundation for modern SLR cameras used today.

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  • 15. 

    Polaroid cameras are

    • A.

      Instant Photo Cameras

    • B.

      Hands Free Photo Cameras

    • C.

      Mobile Photo Studios

    • D.

      Only suited for professional photographers

    Correct Answer
    A. Instant Photo Cameras
    Explanation
    Polaroid cameras are known as instant photo cameras because they allow users to instantly capture and print photos without the need for additional equipment or processing. These cameras use a unique self-developing film that produces a physical print within minutes of taking the picture. Unlike traditional cameras, Polaroid cameras offer the convenience of immediate gratification and are popular among photography enthusiasts and casual users alike. They are easy to use and provide a nostalgic charm that digital cameras cannot replicate.

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  • 16. 

    The difference between a dslr and a slr is...

    • A.

      Dslr has a d

    • B.

      Dslr has a digital imaging sensor

    • C.

      Dslr has a digital photo toggle

    • D.

      Dslr has a dot matrix visual interace

    Correct Answer
    B. Dslr has a digital imaging sensor
    Explanation
    The difference between a DSLR and a SLR is that a DSLR has a digital imaging sensor. This means that it captures images using a digital sensor instead of using traditional film like a SLR. The digital sensor converts light into digital signals, which are then processed and stored as digital files. This allows for instant image preview, easy storage and sharing, and the ability to adjust settings and apply digital effects directly on the camera.

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  • 17. 

    The most important thing you can do to get "tack sharp" photos is...

    • A.

      Hold your camera very still

    • B.

      Shoot with a monopod

    • C.

      Use a high shutter speed

    • D.

      Use a tripod.

    Correct Answer
    D. Use a tripod.
    Explanation
    Using a tripod is the most important thing to get "tack sharp" photos because it provides a stable platform for the camera, eliminating any potential camera shake caused by handholding. This allows for longer exposure times without blurring the image and ensures that the camera remains perfectly still during the exposure. Tripods also allow for precise composition and framing, resulting in sharper and more professional-looking photographs.

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  • 18. 

    What can help you get to the next level of "Tack Sharp" photos?

    • A.

      Use a shutter release

    • B.

      Use a monopod

    • C.

      Hold really still

    • D.

      Use a quadpod

    Correct Answer
    A. Use a shutter release
    Explanation
    Using a shutter release can help you get to the next level of "Tack Sharp" photos because it allows you to remotely trigger the camera's shutter without physically touching the camera. This helps eliminate camera shake caused by pressing the shutter button, resulting in sharper images.

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  • 19. 

    What can help you get "Tack Sharp" photos if you don't have a cable release?

    • A.

      Use a shutter release

    • B.

      Use a monopod

    • C.

      Use the self timer

    • D.

      Use a quadpod

    Correct Answer
    C. Use the self timer
    Explanation
    Using the self timer can help you get "Tack Sharp" photos if you don't have a cable release. When you press the shutter button, it can introduce slight camera shake, which can result in blurry photos. However, by using the self timer, you can set a delay between pressing the shutter button and the photo being taken. This allows any camera shake to settle before the photo is captured, resulting in sharper images.

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  • 20. 

    What is the sharpest aperture for most lenses?

    • A.

      4 full stops larger than wide open

    • B.

      2 full stops smaller than wide open

    • C.

      1 stop smaller than wide open

    • D.

      2 full stops larger than wide open

    Correct Answer
    B. 2 full stops smaller than wide open
    Explanation
    The sharpest aperture for most lenses is typically 2 full stops smaller than wide open. When a lens is wide open, it is using its largest aperture, which can result in a shallow depth of field and potential softness or blurriness in the image. By stopping down the aperture by 2 full stops, the lens is able to achieve a smaller aperture size, which increases the depth of field and improves overall sharpness in the image.

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  • 21. 

    This is the last setting you should adjust when shooting, even in low light!

    • A.

      ISO

    • B.

      Aperture

    • C.

      Shutter Speed

    • D.

      F Stop

    Correct Answer
    A. ISO
    Explanation
    ISO is the correct answer because it determines the sensitivity of the camera's image sensor to light. In low light situations, increasing the ISO allows the camera to capture more light and produce a brighter image. However, adjusting the ISO too high can introduce noise or graininess in the image. Therefore, it is recommended to adjust ISO as the last setting when shooting, even in low light conditions, to ensure the best balance between brightness and image quality.

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  • 22. 

    Adjusting this setting will determine if your subjects are sharp or blurry, especially in sports.

    • A.

      ISO

    • B.

      Aperture

    • C.

      Shutter Speed

    • D.

      F Stop

    Correct Answer
    C. Shutter Speed
    Explanation
    Adjusting the shutter speed is crucial in determining whether subjects in sports photography appear sharp or blurry. Shutter speed refers to the length of time the camera's shutter remains open, allowing light to enter and capture an image. A faster shutter speed freezes motion, resulting in sharp subjects, while a slower shutter speed captures motion blur, making subjects appear blurry. Therefore, by adjusting the shutter speed, photographers can control the level of sharpness or blurriness in their sports photographs.

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  • 23. 

    This is the last setting you should adjust when you want to make the depth of field larger or smaller.

    • A.

      ISO

    • B.

      Aptitude

    • C.

      Shutter Speed

    • D.

      F Stop

    Correct Answer
    D. F Stop
    Explanation
    The F Stop is the correct answer because it is the setting that controls the depth of field in photography. By adjusting the F Stop, you can make the depth of field larger or smaller. A larger F Stop (such as f/16) will result in a larger depth of field, meaning that more of the image will be in focus from the foreground to the background. On the other hand, a smaller F Stop (such as f/2.8) will result in a shallower depth of field, with only a small portion of the image in sharp focus while the rest is blurred.

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  • 24. 

    This is the last setting you should adjust when shooting, even in low light!

    • A.

      ISO

    • B.

      Aperture

    • C.

      Shutter Speed

    • D.

      F Stop

    Correct Answer
    A. ISO
    Explanation
    ISO is the correct answer because it refers to the sensitivity of the camera sensor to light. In low light situations, increasing the ISO can help to capture brighter images. However, ISO should be the last setting adjusted because increasing it too much can introduce digital noise or graininess in the photos. It is generally recommended to keep the ISO as low as possible to maintain image quality, and adjust other settings like aperture and shutter speed first to achieve the desired exposure.

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  • 25. 

    If you want to be cool, don't call it a lens call it your ______.

    Correct Answer
    glass
    GLASS
    Glass
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "glass". It suggests that instead of referring to a lens, one should use the term "glass" to sound cooler. This implies that using unique or unconventional terms can make someone appear more fashionable or trendy.

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  • 26. 

    The higher you raise your ISO the more you risk...

    • A.

      Breaking your camera

    • B.

      Making your images foggy

    • C.

      Making your images blurry

    • D.

      Making your images noisy

    • E.

      Letting in less light to your camera

    Correct Answer
    A. Breaking your camera
    Explanation
    Raising the ISO on a camera increases its sensitivity to light, allowing you to capture brighter images in low light conditions. However, increasing the ISO too much can result in a phenomenon called "image noise" or "graininess" in the photos. This noise appears as random speckles or dots and can significantly reduce the image quality. While high ISO settings do not directly cause physical damage to the camera, the excessive noise can make the images unusable or require extensive post-processing to correct. Therefore, the more you raise your ISO, the more you risk ending up with noisy images that may be unusable.

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  • 27. 

    When shooting flowers....

    • A.

      Don't shoot down on them.

    • B.

      Shoot down on them.

    • C.

      Perform a rain dance to make it rain.

    • D.

      Shoot with a wide angle lens.

    Correct Answer
    A. Don't shoot down on them.
    Explanation
    Shooting down on flowers can result in unflattering angles and perspectives. It can make the flowers appear smaller and less visually appealing. Shooting from a lower angle or at eye level with the flowers allows for a better composition and showcases their natural beauty.

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  • 28. 

    When shooting flowers use this time of lens......

    • A.

      Low angle lens

    • B.

      Tilt-shift lens

    • C.

      Zoom lens

    • D.

      Wide angle lens.

    Correct Answer
    C. Zoom lens
    Explanation
    A zoom lens is the correct choice when shooting flowers because it allows the photographer to adjust the focal length and zoom in or out to capture the flowers from different distances. This flexibility is especially useful when photographing flowers as it allows for close-ups to capture intricate details or wider shots to include the surrounding environment. Additionally, a zoom lens provides a range of focal lengths, making it versatile for various compositions and framing options.

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  • 29. 

    If you are shooting super up-close or something very small use this type of lens.

    • A.

      Macro Lens

    • B.

      Micro Lens

    • C.

      Zoom Lens

    • D.

      Wide Angle Lens

    Correct Answer
    A. Macro Lens
    Explanation
    A macro lens is specifically designed for shooting subjects up-close or very small. It allows for a high level of magnification and detail, capturing fine textures and intricate details that may not be visible to the naked eye. This type of lens is commonly used in macro photography, such as capturing the details of flowers, insects, or small objects. It is not suitable for capturing wider scenes or objects at a distance, which would require a different type of lens like a zoom lens or wide-angle lens.

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  • 30. 

    When shooting portraits, which aperture is used to give great sharpness and depth on the face?

    • A.

      The lowest

    • B.

      F/1.8

    • C.

      F/11

    • D.

      The highest

    Correct Answer
    C. F/11
    Explanation
    A smaller aperture, indicated by a higher f-number such as f/11, is used to give great sharpness and depth on the face when shooting portraits. This is because a smaller aperture increases the depth of field, meaning that more of the image will be in focus. By using a smaller aperture, the photographer can ensure that both the subject's face and background are sharp and in focus, resulting in a portrait with greater depth and detail.

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  • 31. 

    What is the right kind of background for outdoor portraits?

    • A.

      Super artsy complicated backgrounds

    • B.

      Something with a focal point to add to the picture

    • C.

      Keep it as simple as possible

    • D.

      Something that matches the color scheme with the subject.

    Correct Answer
    C. Keep it as simple as possible
    Explanation
    When taking outdoor portraits, it is recommended to keep the background as simple as possible. This is because a complex or busy background can distract from the main subject of the photo. By keeping the background simple, the focus remains on the person or object being photographed, resulting in a cleaner and more visually appealing image.

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  • 32. 

    Where should you focus on your subject?

    • A.

      Eyes

    • B.

      Hands

    • C.

      Head

    • D.

      Chest

    Correct Answer
    A. Eyes
    Explanation
    When focusing on a subject, it is important to direct our attention towards their eyes. The eyes are often considered the window to the soul and can convey a lot of emotions and information. By focusing on the eyes, we can establish a stronger connection with the subject and better understand their thoughts and feelings. Additionally, the eyes are often the focal point of a person's face, making them a natural point of focus for our gaze.

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  • 33. 

    When shooting outdoors, what can you do to get great shots when the sun is out?

    • A.

      Move to an indoor studio

    • B.

      Use a flash on your subject

    • C.

      Move your subject to the shade

    • D.

      Focus on the eyes

    Correct Answer
    C. Move your subject to the shade
    Explanation
    Moving your subject to the shade when shooting outdoors can help you get great shots when the sun is out because direct sunlight can create harsh shadows and overexposure. By moving your subject to the shade, you can achieve more even lighting and avoid harsh contrasts. This will result in a more balanced and pleasing photograph.

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  • 34. 

    You are shooting at a night football game, but the shots are still too dark.  Here are your settings: ISO - 400 Aperture - F/2.8 Shutter Speed - 300 What should you change?

    • A.

      ISO

    • B.

      Aperture

    • C.

      F Stop

    • D.

      Shutter Speed

    Correct Answer
    A. ISO
    Explanation
    To make the shots brighter, the ISO should be increased. Increasing the ISO sensitivity allows the camera to capture more light, resulting in brighter images.

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  • 35. 

    You are shooting a group photo, but too many people are still not in focus.  Here are your settings: ISO - 400 Aperture - F/2.8 Shutter Speed - 300 What should you change?

    • A.

      ISO

    • B.

      Aperture

    • C.

      F Stop

    • D.

      Shutter Speed

    Correct Answer
    B. Aperture
    Explanation
    To get more people in focus in a group photo, you should change the aperture. A wider aperture (lower F-stop number) like F/2.8 creates a shallow depth of field, which means only a small area will be in focus. By changing the aperture to a smaller F-stop number (e.g., F/8 or F/11), you can increase the depth of field and ensure that more people in the photo are in focus.

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  • 36. 

    You are shooting at a daytime softball game, but the shots are too blurry.  Here are your settings: ISO - 100 Aperture - F/5.6 Shutter Speed - 40 What should you change?

    • A.

      ISO

    • B.

      Aperture

    • C.

      F Stop

    • D.

      Shutter Speed

    Correct Answer
    D. Shutter Speed
    Explanation
    The shutter speed determines how long the camera's shutter remains open to capture the image. A shutter speed of 40 is relatively slow, which means that the shutter is open for a longer period of time, resulting in more light entering the camera and potentially causing motion blur. To make the shots less blurry, the shutter speed should be increased to a faster setting.

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  • 37. 

    ISO controls what?

    • A.

      How fast/long the shutter is open

    • B.

      The depth of Field

    • C.

      Light sensitivity of the digital sensor

    • D.

      F - stop

    Correct Answer
    C. Light sensitivity of the digital sensor
    Explanation
    ISO controls the light sensitivity of the digital sensor. ISO refers to the International Organization for Standardization, and in photography, it determines how sensitive the camera's sensor is to light. A higher ISO setting makes the sensor more sensitive to light, allowing for better performance in low light conditions but also increasing the likelihood of noise in the image. On the other hand, a lower ISO setting makes the sensor less sensitive to light, resulting in better image quality but requiring more light for proper exposure.

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  • 38. 

    Shutter Speed controls what?

    • A.

      How fast/long the shutter is open

    • B.

      The depth of Field

    • C.

      Light sensitivity of the digital sensor

    • D.

      F - stop

    Correct Answer
    A. How fast/long the shutter is open
    Explanation
    Shutter speed refers to the duration for which the camera's shutter remains open when taking a photograph. It determines how fast or slow the shutter opens and closes, thus controlling the amount of time that the camera's image sensor is exposed to light. A faster shutter speed will result in a shorter duration of exposure, capturing fast-moving subjects without motion blur. Conversely, a slower shutter speed allows for a longer exposure time, which can be used to capture motion blur or low-light situations. Therefore, the correct answer is "How fast/long the shutter is open."

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  • 39. 

    Aperture controls what?

    • A.

      How fast/long the shutter is open

    • B.

      The depth of Field

    • C.

      Light sensitivity of the digital sensor

    • D.

      F - stop

    Correct Answer
    B. The depth of Field
    Explanation
    Aperture controls the depth of field in photography. Depth of field refers to the range of distance in a photograph that appears acceptably sharp. A wider aperture (smaller f-stop number) results in a shallow depth of field, where only the subject is in focus and the background is blurred. On the other hand, a narrower aperture (larger f-stop number) creates a greater depth of field, allowing more of the scene to be in focus from foreground to background. Therefore, aperture directly influences the depth of field in an image.

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  • 40. 

    Photography is fun!

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    The given statement "Photography is fun!" is a subjective statement and can vary from person to person. However, the correct answer is "True" because the statement implies that the speaker finds photography enjoyable. It is important to note that while photography can be fun for many people, it may not be the case for everyone as individual preferences and interests differ.

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  • 41. 

    I have learned nothing this quarter.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    The statement "I have learned nothing this quarter" implies that the person has not gained any knowledge or acquired any new information during the specified time period. However, since the answer is "False," it suggests that the person has indeed learned something during the quarter.

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