Lighting 201: Chapter 3 Quiz: Off-Camera Bare Bulb Pocket Strobe Techniques Pye Jirsa, 6 years ago QUIZ: Lighting 201: Single Off-Camera Light Shaping | Chapter 3 1. Which f-stop will yield the most pronounced starburst effect? A f/2.8 B f/5.6 C f/4 D f/14 2. When you’re shooting a subject from below, _________________________ in order to prevent them from appearing distorted or wider then they actually are. A Place them in the middle of the frame B Have the couple lean towards you at the hip C Have the couple stand up perfectly straight D All of the above 3. In order to create a natural vignette, you should : A Underexpose by 1.5 stops B Place your subjects in front of the brightest area of the frame C Rotate your lens hood 90 degrees D Use an old manual focus film lens 4. What is a plate shot? A A shot of a dinner plate B A flat shot C A circular shot D A background only shot used for compositing 5. Back lighting creates unique effects when there are airborne particles in the scene (i.e. mist, rain, fog, etc). A True B False 6. How do you create a flare with a back light? A Take off your lens hood B Set your aperture to f/14 C Angle the flash into the lens D All of the above 7. Which sync setting is generally the default setting on flash units? A First curtain B Rear curtain 8. If your ambient light is ________ than your flash, your lighting will be more dramatic. A darker B brighter 9. Analyze highlights & shadows with every major change in ___________ position. A Camera B Subject C Lighting D Both A & B E Both B & C F All of the above 10. Slight adjustments to your subjects face/body positions can prevent unwanted shadows/highlights. A True B False 11. When a full feature flash goes into High Speed Sync (HSS), there is no light loss in the flash output. A True B False 12. The reflective quality of light can be controlled by A the direction of light B the placement of light C the power of the light D a matte vs silver modifier 13. The graduation from highlight to shadow is controlled by a light's _____________ relative to the subject. A power B shape C size D None of the above Prev Next Start Over Submit All Answers Previous Assignment: The Whip Pan Next Chapter 4 Intro Pye Jirsa Founding Partner of Lin and Jirsa Photography and SLR Lounge. Follow my updates on Facebook and my latest work on Instagram both under username @pyejirsa.