QUIZ: Photographing Group Portraits: Chapter Six Quiz

1.

The term “full strobe” refers to setting a standard flash to full power, or 1/1.

2.

A standard flash at full power usually yields ______ of power.

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.

4.

Which lighting technique was used to capture this image?

5.

Placing flashes together to light a group is referred to as ______ the flashes.

6.

Reasons for placing multiple flashes together include ______.

7.

Light can only be “feathered” when multiple light sources are used.

8.

On occasion, flash will be needed only as a fill light.

9.

Diffusing light can have the effect of ______.

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 ______.

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.

12.

Suitable objects for bouncing light include a ______.