Wedding Workshop Eight | Photographing The Reception: Chapter Four Quiz Pye Jirsa, 4 years ago QUIZ: Photographing The Reception: Chapter Four Quiz 1. Goals for capturing toasts and speeches during a wedding reception include getting _______. A Wide, medium, and tight angles B Flattering expressions on the subjects’ faces C Creative angles D Reactions from guests E A and C F A, B, and D G B and D H All of the above 2. For photographing toasts and speeches during a wedding reception, _____ provides an ideal lighting setup. A Moving pinned OCF B Fixed pinned OCF C Bounce Flash D On-camera Flash E None of the above 3. Like fixed pinned OCF, bounce flash can be used in any scene/location. A True B False 4. If placed correctly, a single light can be used to highlight the toaster/speaker and the couple. A True B False 5. If you’re trying to limit light spill from your flash, you can ______. A Increase the zoom of the flash (from 24mm to 200mm, for example) B Place a grid on the flash C All of the above D None of the above 6. If the subject giving the toast is moving around, ______. A Open up the light spill of the flash B Wait for the subject to stand in the ideal location for the lights you’ve already set up C Zoom the flash out D Remove any grids you may have on the flash E Only use on-camera flash F A, B, C and D G A, C and D H All of the above 7. Adding a rim light allows photographers to capture dynamically lit images. A True B False 8. When using fixed pinned OCF, do the following: A Balance shadow depth, not too deep B Frame out stands with people/centerpieces C Move around! D A and B E All of the above F None of the above 9. Having to shoot within a given (often tighter) space can limit creativity when using bounce flash. A True B False Prev Next Start Over Submit All Answers Previous Light Painting Panoramic Scenes Next Assignment: Toasts and Speeches 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.