Aperture Quizzes & Trivia
This is a quiz for Chapter 2 of Bryan Peterson's book "Understanding Exposure".
Questions: 15 | Attempts: 380 | Last updated: Dec 14, 2012
Sample QuestionWhen you change the aperture setting on your camera, what are you actually changing?
Questions: 6 | Attempts: 37 | Last updated: Feb 15, 2014
Sample QuestionWhich f-stop give you the least depth of field in a photograph?
Which aperture would be best for getting all of it in focus? You’re taking a picture of a landscape.
Match the following:
Aperture measurments P. Helps white objects appear white in your photograph Digital Single Lens Reflex Long depth of field Short depth of field Stopped motion Blurred motion
You have a shot lined up and you want everything in focus from your shoes in the sand in the foreground to the sailboat way off in the distance. You focus a third of the way into the frame, and...
The viewfinder doesn t reflect your aperture settings, just take the photo and the sailboat will be sharp in the image
Bright points of light in your scene are coming out as hexagons in your photo, youd rather they come out as perfect circles. What should you do?
Use the lowest-numbered aperture possible (like f/2.8)