Lighting 201: Chapter 4 Quiz: Off-Camera Modified Pocket & Medium Strobe Techniques Pye Jirsa, 6 years ago QUIZ: Lighting 201: Single Off-Camera Light Shaping | Chapter 4 1. When in a pinch, a scrim can work as well as an umbrella or softbox. A True B False 2. Why did we choose to shoot this portrait at f/2.8? A Because f/2.8 lenses are more expensive B For a shallower depth of field and softer skin detail C Because the model requested it D None of the above 3. Shooting at ISO 400-1600 will : A Give you a shallow depth of field B Add grain and decrease Dynamic Range C Give your image motion blur D Soften skin 4. To create a softer light with your umbrella, you should : A Extend the umbrella to it’s limit on the bracket B Lower the flash power C Make sure the zoom on your flash is set to it’s widest D Use a Medium strobe 5. Aperture will amplify : A Ambient light only B Flash only C Both ambient and flash D Neither ambient nor flash 6. When shooting a large group, you want the light difference to be less than : A 0.5 stop B 1.0 stop C 1.5 stop D 2 stop 7. Perfecting an image in camera will save time in post production later. A True B False 8. A grid controls light : A Spill B Flare C Intensity D Color 9. When is the ideal time of day to use a single pocket strobe with modification? A Noon B Dusk C Midday D Evening 10. How long does Peak light last? A Roughly 30-45 minutes after sunset B One hour before sunset to sunset C 30 minutes before and 30 minutes after sunset D 5-10 minutes after sunset 11. If you don’t want to completely freeze your subject you should A Raise your Aperture B Reduce your Shutter Speed C Lower your ISO D All of the above 12. The light coming on the right side of the model is acting as a : A Key light B Background light C Rembrandt light D Rim and Hair light 13. Flash power does not control flare intensity. A True B False 14. For sharp lines, or a sharp shape from your GOBO, you should : A Move the GOBO closer to your subject B Move the flash further from the GOBO C Both A & B D None of the above 15. For soft lines, or a soft shape from your GOBO, you should : A Move the GOBO away from your subject B Move the flash towards the GOBO C Move the flash Further from the GOBO D A and B only Prev Next Start Over Submit All Answers Previous Assignment | Using Flash with Gobos Next Chapter 5 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.