QUIZ: Photographing Group Portraits: Chapter Four Quiz

1.

Between the two posing styles for group portraits, symmetrical posing is more difficult and time consuming than editorial posing.

2.

Symmetrical refers more to traditional posing rather than literally posing people symmetrically (with an even number of people on each side, etc.).

3.

Which style of posing for group portraits is likely to get more shares on social media?

4.

When posing a group for a symmetrical group portrait, you should first set up your lighting/exposure, and then ______.

5.

As a general rule, we recommend limiting the overlap between members of the group to ______.

6.

When posing a very large group, it’s okay to yell so that they know who’s in charge. Demonstrating authority in these situations is more important than appearing warm and friendly.

7.

When lighting a large group, you can reduce shadows by ______.

8.

For photographing large group portraits with multiple layers, we recommend using a minimum aperture of ______ or narrower.

9.

The above image is an example of ______ posing.