Wedding Workshop Six | Photographing the Details: Chapter Four Quiz Pye Jirsa, 3 years ago QUIZ: Photographing the Details: Chapter Four Quiz 1. Shooting from the shadows towards the light generally yields a more interesting image because ______. A Doing so reveals more highlights B Doing so reveals more shadows C The lighting is flatter D The lighting is more dynamic E A and C F A, B and D G B, C and D 2. Capturing images in the RAW file format allows for a wider range of corrections to the file during post production than if the images are shot as JPEG files. A True B False 3. To verify that you’re maximizing the dynamic range in your images, you should A Enable highlight alert B View and analyze the histogram C Watch the Exposure Level Indicator in your camera’s viewfinder D Set the brightness on your LCD screen to automatic E A and B F A, B, and C G All of the above 4. However you choose to light your subjects (details), keep the lighting consistent. Try not to jump from using a reflector to a flash to a constant light in a single scene. A True B False 5. The Kelvin temperature when shooting in warm ambient light (such as tungsten) will generally rest between ______. A 2500K-3100K B 3200K-4000K C 4100K-5000K D 5500K+ 6. Generally, a constant light set to full power usually equals ______. A 1/1-1/2 flash power B 1/4-1 8 flash power C 1/16-1/32 flash power D 1/32-1/64 flash power E None of the above 7. When shooting in “craptastic” ambient light, we recommend ______. A Shooting from the shadows B Exposing to remove bad ambient (fluorescent) C Using shutter speed to add back good ambient (candles, pins, etc.) D Flashing from existing light direction (fill in space) E Double diffusing to soften light (higher power) F A, B, and C G All of the above 8. You can use flashes to create bright editorial/commercial images in dark ambient light. A True B False 9. “Pinning” light really means to ______. A Hang the light from a wall using a hook B Place the light on a light stand to elevate the light source C Use a grid to focus the light direction D Reflect light E Add a CTO gel to the light to warm up the light temperature 10. You can increase your flash power to override extreme, highly colorful ambient light. A True B False Prev Next Start Over Submit All Answers Previous Introduction Next Assignment: Before/After Of Bad Ambient Lighting 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.