From Shoot to Post: Chapter Three Quiz Pye Jirsa, 4 years ago QUIZ: From Shoot to Post: Chapter 3 1. Mixed lighting indoors works well for separating the subject from the background, so long as the mixed lighting does not fall on the subject. A True B False 2. When using natural light through a window as the key light for a subject in a room, we recommend ______. A Using the distance between the subject and the window to determine brightness B Using sheers if available to soften the light that is falling on the subject C Shifting the white balance toward green to counter the magenta tint found in most windows D A and B only E All of the above 3. When backlighting your subject, open up your aperture to ______. A Allow more light to wrap around your subject B Allow less light to wrap around your subject C None of the above 4. If you are unable to add or modify light in a room with bad ambient light, you should ______. A Not waste space on your memory card shooting pictures with bad ambient light B Be sure to capture important moments that focus on emotion C Position your subject for the best ambient light D B and C E All of the above 5. If the scene you are photographing is washed in bad ambient light, we recommend ______. A Underexposing in camera to reduce ambient light B Adding a flash with a grid to control lighting on the subject C Matching the dominant light temperature, either natural or ambient D A and B only E All of the above 6. You should try to maximize dynamic range when shooting dramatically lit images. A True B False 7. Backgrounds should be blown out when creating dark silhouettes. A True B False 8. Directly lighting subjects with off camera flash ______. A Should not be done because it is best to avoid flat lighting a subject B Allows shooters to capture well-lit images from multiple angles C Benefits from the use of grids to control the light falling across the scene D Tends to ruin images because the ambient light is lost E A and D F B and C G None of the above 9. We suggest using the reciprocal rule for shooting with direct flash to determine where your flash power should be, which means if your ISO is set to 3200, then you should start testing your flash power at ______. A 1/4 B 1/16 C 1/32 D 1/64 10. Using bounce flash to light subjects works best when ______. A There is a low ceiling B The ceiling is bright or neutral colored C There is no ceiling D The ceiling is dark in color E A and B F C and D G All of the above 11. To execute the dance floor spin effect with an on-camera flash, be sure to point the flash ______. A Toward the subjects. B Straight up toward the ceiling. C Back and away from the subjects. D To the side to avoid casting too much light onto the subjects. Prev Next Start Over Submit All Answers Previous Nighttime Portraiture Using Off Camera Flash Techniques Next Chapter Three Assignment 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.