Wedding Workshop Four | Photographing The Couple: Chapter Five Quiz Pye Jirsa, 6 years ago QUIZ: Wedding Workshop 4: Photographing the Couple | Chapter 5 1. To cast a more flattering light onto your couple, use a ________ angle when using a reflector to refine the light in a scene. A Top-down B Bottom-up 2. For shooting an environmental silhouette, be sure to add and adjust flash settings first. A True B False 3. Triple-mount flash brackets with three flashes (or strobes) allow photographers to A Increase the distance between the flashes and the subject B Increase the power of the light falling on the subject C Overpower the sun D Decrease the flash power setting for faster recycle times E A and B only F All of the above 4. When photographing a couple in soft flat lighting, A Face the couple away from the main light B Face the couple toward the main light C Face the couple toward one another 5. Place your couple farther from the background if the background is ______, and place the couple closer to the background if the background is ______. A Appealing/average B Average/appealing 6. It is recommended to use a wider aperture for shallow depth of field when using techniques like the Brenizer Method to further manipulate the background. A True B False 7. You lose more light using High-Speed Sync on your flashes than you would by using a 3-stop ND filter and firing the flash at full power. A True B False 8. When taking a day for night silhouette, face the flash A Toward the couple B Away from the couple C Straight up D Off to the side 9. To add warmth to an image, such as a day for night silhouette, A Cool the white balance B Adjust the ambient exposure C Add 1-2 CTO gels to the flash D Adjust flash power E All of the above Prev Next Start Over Submit All Answers Previous Quiz on Chapter 5: Wicker Basket Scene Quiz Next Evening Environmental Backlit Portrait (Demo) 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.