Wedding Workshop Six | Photographing the Details: Chapter Five Quiz Pye Jirsa, 4 years ago QUIZ: Photographing The Details: Chapter Five Quiz 1. Lighting color can change multiple times while the reception ballroom is being prepared for the reception. A True B False 2. Because constrained timelines are common on wedding days, it is widely accepted that photographers do not need to capture reception details in the lighting (or lighting color) that will be used during the reception. A True B False 3. When lighting the details that you are photographing, we recommend using ______. A Flashes (pocket strobes) B Strobes C Constant lights D A and B E All of the above F None of the above 4. Constant lights, for the most part, put out a higher flash power than flashes. A True B False 5. You can use items such as ______ as foreground elements to create unique compositions while photographing the details. A Stemware/glasses B Candles C Flowers/centerpieces D LED lights E All of the above F None of the above 6. When shooting a panoramic stitch of a grand scene, such as a wide reception ballroom, we recommend ______ to create the final image. A Capturing vertical images as opposed to horizontal images B Capturing horizontal images as opposed to vertical images C Overlapping each image by 1/3rd as you pan from side to side D A and C E B and C 7. Finding the existing light direction is not one of the considerations for light painting. A True B False 8. A(n) ______ shot is an image taken of a scene without subjects or added lighting to use when creating a composite photo. A Epic B Test C Plate D Pilot 9. When shot from the “right” angle, mirrors on ballroom walls can be used to add depth to a room. A True B False 10. Things to watch out for (or to possibly remove) when photographing a table top include ______. A Table numbers B Salt and pepper shakers C The placement of the utensils/glasses D Lit/unlit candles E Pin lighting F A and B G All of the above H None of the above 11. After photographing the details, we recommend photographing the bride and groom in the reception hall (before the reception begins). A True B False Prev Next Start Over Submit All Answers Previous Managing Bright Lights Next Assignment: Panoramic Stitch Grand Scenes 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.