Wedding Workshop Seven | Photographing Group Portraits: Chapter Six Quiz Pye Jirsa, 4 years ago QUIZ: Photographing Group Portraits: Chapter Six Quiz 1. The term “full strobe” refers to setting a standard flash to full power, or 1/1. A True B False 2. A standard flash at full power usually yields ______ of power. A 25 watt-seconds B 50 watt-seconds C 200-250 watt-seconds D 500-600 watt-seconds 3. If the light direction in a scene is coming from overhead or from bottom up (strong reflection from the ground), off-camera lighting should be placed ______ to light the subjects in the frame. A Directly overhead B At a low angle C Camera right D Camera left E Either C or D F None of the above 4. Which lighting technique was used to capture this image? A Bounced lighting B Light compositing C Stacked feathered lighting D Single feathered lighting 5. Placing flashes together to light a group is referred to as ______ the flashes. A Feathering B Bouncing C Stacking D Mirroring E None of the above 6. Reasons for placing multiple flashes together include ______. A Overpowering the sunlight B Reducing recycle time between shots C Feathering light at multiple angles/zooms to cover a large group D All of the above E None of the above 7. Light can only be “feathered” when multiple light sources are used. A True B False 8. On occasion, flash will be needed only as a fill light. A True B False 9. Diffusing light can have the effect of ______. A Making the light source appear bigger B Softening the edges of shadows C Reducing the amount of light that reaches the subject from the light source D B and C E All of the above F None of the above 10. When photographing a group portrait, if too much light is spilling onto the subjects closest to the light source and not enough light is reaching the subjects farthest away from the light source, you should ______. A Feather the light more towards the subjects that are farther away from the light source B Move the light farther away from the subjects closest to the light source (in a perpendicular direction) to create a more even distance between the light source and all of the subjects in the frame C Reduce the power of light being produced from the light source D A and B E B and C F All of the above 11. “Bouncing” light is a technique reserved for indoor photography because it requires the use of a neutral color ceiling or wall to bounce light onto a subject. A True B False 12. Suitable objects for bouncing light include a ______. A Neutral color ceiling B Neutral color wall C 5-in-1 reflector D White shirt E A and B F A, B, and C G All of the above H None of the above Prev Next Start Over Submit All Answers Previous Case Study #1: Get Out of Your Own Head Next Assignment: Stacked or Single Light Feathering 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.