QUIZ: Photographing the Ceremony: Chapter Two Quiz

1.

To tell a strong story with images, capturing wide, medium, and tight angles is not necessary for every scene, but rather only the scenes in which the background is interesting.

2.

In addition to capturing the angles, subjects, and moments during a wedding ceremony to tell a complete story, consistent ______ is also important to ensure the story is cohesive.

3.

Shooting an engagement session and wedding ceremony is the same in terms of how many angles can be covered within a single moment.

4.

Lead shooters are generally expected to capture ______ during a wedding ceremony.

5.

If the lead is shooting down the aisle on a wide angle lens, the second shooter should ______.

6.

During the processional, prior to the bride's entrance, lead shooters generally occupy the ______ of the aisle, while second shooters take their position at the ______ of the aisle. After the bride enters, the lead remains in place while the second shooter moves to the ______ to capture the groom's reaction.

7.

During the ceremony, all shooters should ______.

8.

During a traditional Hindu wedding ceremony, it is allowable for photographers to wear their shoes on the mandap (stage/covered structure), but other guests must remove their shoes before stepping onto the mandap.

9.

During the first kiss, lead and second shooters generally stack up (stand next to each other) and capture the kiss at different focal lengths.

10.

After the ______ shooter follows the bride and groom out of the site, ______ shooters can stay behind and capture grip-and-grins of family members and other VIPs/guests as they start to exit.