QUIZ: Photographing The Reception: Chapter Three Quiz

1.

Given the unpredictable nature of first and family dances during the reception, we recommend that photographers rely on direct flash to ensure good lighting.

2.

In order to tell stronger stories using images of the first and family dances, be sure to capture ______.

3.

We consider using ______ the most ideal for covering first and family dances.

4.

One of the drawbacks of using bounced lighting to cover first and family dances during a reception is that this lighting style cannot be utilized in any location.

5.

When using fixed pinned OCF lighting with multiple flashes to cover first and family dances, we recommend ______.

6.

When using moving pinned OCF to cover first and family dances, we recommend ______.

7.

If spot lighting includes a strong color (such as using a magenta gel, for example), you’ll need to override the color with a stronger power setting on your on-camera flash.

8.

More often than not, when bouncing light, you’ll need to set your flash to ______ power.

9.

Using ______ to cover first and family dances during a reception usually requires an assistant.

10.

To light first and family dances, OCF rim lights are typically set to equal zoom and equal power.