Wedding Workshop Seven | Photographing Group Portraits: Chapter Seven Quiz Pye Jirsa, 4 years ago QUIZ: Photographing Group Portraits: Chapter Seven Quiz 1. When photographing weddings, shooting in a photojournalistic style does not mean that action cannot be cued/prompted. A True B False 2. Tilt-shift lenses are great for individual portraits, but they blur too much of the image to be used for group portraits. A True B False 3. Capturing a sequence of images of unfolding action, whether cued or natural, works well for ______. A Telling a story through album spreads or wall art clusters B Adding motion to create more interesting images C Placing the images into a GIF for sharing on social media platforms D A and B E All of the above F None of the above 4. Photographers can add more interest to images by ______. A Using foreground elements to frame the subject(s) B Using lighting to draw focus to the subject(s) C Capturing motion in the frame D Using lenses/accessories to create special effects E A and B F All of the above 5. When cueing your subjects to “collapse,” they should fall to the ground for an overhead shot. A True B False 6. When clients ask photographers to recreate a cliched image, we recommend that the photographer ______. A Politely decline the request B Shoot the image exactly as asked for by the client C Capture the cliched concept with an original twist D Inform the client that the request itself is also cliche 7. The above image was used in chapter seven as an example of using ______. A Forced perspective B A tilt-shift lens C A wedding cliche D The collapse cue E None of the above Prev Next Start Over Submit All Answers Previous Posing Goals for Men Next Assignment: Wedding Party Cliches 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.