Wedding Workshop Four | Photographing The Couple: Chapter Three Quiz Pye Jirsa, 6 years ago QUIZ: Wedding Workshop 4: Photographing the Couple | Chapter 3 1. When posing a couple, use fewer touchpoints to create a more whimsical image. A True B False 2. Head angle does not heavily impact the intimacy of an image. A True B False 3. Of the body parts we discussed, we found that the _______ usually represent the most intimate body part. A Hands B Lips C Hips D Face 4. If using Roberto Valenzuela’s “Three-Point Check” system to emphasize a subject’s jacket, which points should directly face the camera? A Eyes B Chin/nose C Collarbone/chest D Both A and B E All of the above 5. If a client is self-conscious about the size of his or her belly, be sure to pose the hands and arms over the belly to block it from view. A True B False 6. In what instance of holding hands would intertwined fingers more heavily impact an image? A A wide shot B A close up shot C Hand position and placement does not usually impact an image 7. Bringing a couple’s hips together will make the image appear more: A Playful B Whimsical C Intimate D Both A and B 8. To make a duplicate pose appear more photojournalistic, you should A Stagger the couple’s hands and arms B Ask the couple to laugh C Direct the couple to look away from the camera D All of the above 9. Duplicate or “mirrored” poses should be avoided. A True B False 10. What is an effective remedy for avoiding eye-to-eye contact when couple’s heads are close together? A Ask the couple to close their eyes B Direct their gaze to create an “x” pattern C Make sure couples never directly face each other D Both A and B E All of the above F None of the above 11. If the direction of your subject’s gaze and chin differ too dramatically, revealing too much of the whites of his or her eyes, you should : A Change the overall pose B Ask the subject to adjust the direction of his or her chin or eye line C Try a different camera angle and adjust your perspective D Continue capturing images as is 12. Which of the following is not on our list of useful tips for becoming a better communicator? A Be yourself B Use cues as backup C Minimize direct eye contact D Understand your couple/clients E Talk and have fun F Both A and B Prev Next Start Over Submit All Answers Previous Using Touchpoints For Couples Poses Next Chapter Two Quiz 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.