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Cameras Exposure and Photography Quiz

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Cameras Exposure and Photography Quiz

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QUIZ 1.1.1

1.
Question 1
A “Camera Obscura” is a:

1 point

  • Dark Room
  • light tight box that permits light to enter through at least 3 different holes at once during exposure.
  • a device used by Aristotle.

2.
Question 2
The Image cast by a lens at the Focal Plane of the camera is NOT:

1 point

  • upside down
  • right side up
  • reversed left to right

3.
Question 3
A “Normal” focal length lens:

1 point

  • renders a scene in normal perspective
  • is the same measurement in millimeters as the height of the sensor
  • is always 50mm

4.
Question 4
A “Full Frame Sensor” is

1 point

  • the size of an APS-C sensor
  • the size of an 8″x10″ picture frame
  • the size of an average 35mm film image

5.
Question 5
The Focal Plane shutter of a Single Lens Reflex camera (SLR):

1 point

  • consists of two “curtains.”
  • opens and closes like an aperture.

6.
Question 6
Which of the following is NOT an activity that we would associate with a photographer’s “workflow?”
1 point

  • exposure of the photographs
  • downloading the photographs from the camera to a computer.
  • making a second copy of the photographs on a separate hard drive.
  • reading the camera instruction manual.

7.
Question 7
A symbol for “AUTO” exposure setting mode is:

1 point

  • the letters AV
  • the letter M
  • a green box

 

 

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Week- 2

QUIZ 1.2.1

1.
Question 1
The type of lens that makes distant objects appear larger is:

1 point

a “wide angle” lens

a “telephoto” lens

2.
Question 2
“f.16” refers to a very wide opening of the lens aperture

1 point

true

false

3.
Question 3
When the sensor is set to a higher ISO number:

1 point

it will be more sensitive to light

it will be less sensitive to light

4.
Question 4
A “JPEG” file is a RAW image file

1 point

true

false

5.
Question 5
“CMOS,” and “CCD,” are terms that refer to:

1 point

types of digital image files

types of digital sensors

6.
Question 6
The first KODAK camera was introduced in the year:

1 point

1888

1924

7.
Question 7
An inexpensive Point & Shoot Camera will almost always create its image files in the format:

1 point

RAW

JPEG

8.
Question 8
A “DSLR” camera can hold how many lenses at one time?

1 point

a twin lens

a single lens

9.
Question 9
Mirrorless cameras are distinguished from Compact cameras primarily because Mirrorless models almost always have the capability to:

1 point

accept interchangeable lenses

accept film

accept a mirror adapter

10.
Question 10
Mirrorless cameras almost always have a “full frame” sensor.

1 point

true

false

 

 

QUIZ 1.2.2

1.
Question 1
The iPhone and Samsung Galaxy have cameras with fixed focal length lenses

1 point

True

False

2.
Question 2
The standard lens on the iPhone and the Samsung Galaxy are called a “Wide Angle Lens” (iPhone is 28mm equivalent; Samsung Galaxy is 29mm equivalent). These lenses have a relatively large depth of field, and a broad angle of view (about 70 degrees as compared to 50 degrees for the human eye or normal lens)

1 point

False

True

3.
Question 3
The Samsung Galaxy, in Pro Mode, (like DSLR and Mirrorless cameras) allow the photographer to manually choose various settings that the Iphone and other phones do not allow the photographer to set. Which one of the following cannot be set manually on the Samsung Galaxy phone in Pro Mode.

1 point

ISO

White Balance

Focus Point

Aperture

4.
Question 4
Most cellphone cameras, and third party apps, have a mode that allows the photographer to take a “panoramic” 360 degree photograph

1 point

False

True

5.
Question 5
The following options can be found on on iPhone 6 or Samsung Galaxy s6 cameras, and many earlier cellphone cameras, except for which one option which is not standard on any of them yet. Which option?

1 point

Macro

Flash

Timer

Selfie Camera Mode (or back-facing camera)

Panoramic Mode

6.
Question 6
A tripod is not really necessary most of the time to take a high quality panoramic photograph.

1 point

True

False

7.
Question 7
Both the iPhone 6s and the Samsung Galaxy s6 can
mount directly to a tripod without any additional accessories

1 point

False

True

8.
Question 8
The following features are common to almost all Smartphone cameras. Which one is not?

1 point

Preset Settings (a choice from a palette of “effects” applied to the image when shot)

Wide Selfie Mode

Grid – On or Off ( a horizontal and vertical grid diving the screen in thirds)

 

 

Week- 3

Quiz 1.3.1

1.
Question 1
The Diopter is used to make the viewfinder image sharper

1 point

True

False

2.
Question 2
“Metadata” can include:

1 point

ISO setting

Wind Speed

Date of Exposure

3.
Question 3
“Formatting” a memory card means to:

1 point

form a compartment where all data is saved

erase all previously recorded data

make the card work more efficiently with the camera

4.
Question 4
A digital camera can often be set to create a RAW and JPEG file for each exposure.

1 point

True

False

5.
Question 5
A RAW file is a fully processed picture file.

1 point

True

False

6.
Question 6
The Image Aspect “SQUARE” is represented by the ratio 4:3

1 point

True

False

 

 

QUIZ 1.3.2

1.
Question 1
Prof. Glendinning made a recommendation as to the amount of time to set for “Image Review” (the amount of time the picture is displayed after exposure until the photographer slightly depresses the shutter release button to make it disappear). On any given camera, that amount of time is:

1 point

as short as possible.

as long as possible.

2.
Question 2
According to Prof. Glendinning, the “Auto-Focus Point” is best placed

1 point

in the center of the viewing area

on the left side of the viewing area

at a random point chosen by the camera

3.
Question 3
The “ISO” number of a film or for a sensor setting xis an indicator of

1 point

the sensitivity of the lens to light

the sensitivity of the sensor to light

the sensitivity of the shutter to light

4.
Question 4
The higher the number of the ISO setting, the:

1 point

less “grainy” or “pixelated” the picture will be

more light will be required to properly expose the picture

the less light will be required to properly expose the picture

5.
Question 5
The lower the ISO setting, the:

1 point

the less light will be required to properly expose the picture

less light will be required to properly expose the picture, and the higher the “grain” or “pixelation” of the picture.

more light will be required to properly expose the picture, and the lower the “grain” or “pixelation” of the picture.

6.
Question 6
“AWB” stands for:

1 point

All White Balance

Automatic White Balance

Any White Balance

7.
Question 7
“White Balance” refers to:

1 point

the balance of white and black tones in the scene

the color of the light source illuminating the scene

the balance of white tones in the scene

8.
Question 8
Light meters built into cameras are designed to measure

1 point

sunlight only

incident light

reflected light

9.
Question 9
Digital cameras with reflected light meters may often be adjusted to

1 point

take a meter reading of only a small area, a “spot,” in the scene.

read the “incident light” falling on the scene instead of the reflected light.

read only one color, from red to blue, in the scene.

10.
Question 10
“MF” is a symbol associated with

1 point

Missed Focus

Manual Focus

Multiple Focus

 

 

Week- 4

QUIZ

1.
Question 1
For most photographers, a “normal” vantage point

1 point

is always the best position from which to make an exciting creative photo

is their normal eye-level, or normal distance from a person, place, or thing.

2.
Question 2
Which TWO of the following significant factors impacting creative and compositional success of a picture are related to choices a photographer makes in regard to their use of the FRAME?

1 point

How relationships between persons, places, or things are created by enclosing them in the frame.

The textured detail that will be rendered in the photograph

Whether to use the frame edge to “chop” partial portions of persons, places, or things, in unfamiliar ways.

 

 

Peer-graded Assignment: Your World Transformed by the Frame

 

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