QUIZ: Photography 101 - Chapter 1: Basic Photography Concepts

1.

It comes down to the ____________ to get the best images.

2.

In the scene above, Olivia our assistant, is using the silver side of the reflector to do what in the scene?

3.

Which of the following is not necessary for amazing photos?

4.

Focal Length is measured in millimeters and defines a lens’ :

5.

The aperture of a lens controls the :

6.

The term “Bokeh” is commonly used to describe:

7.

When you look through the viewfinder on a DSLR what are you seeing?

8.

The shutter door conceals what part of the camera?

9.

Before images are transferred to your memory card, they are stored in the:

10.

If you are using a mirrorless camera, when looking through the viewfinder what are you seeing?

11.

Shutter speeds are most commonly measured in:

12.

When you increase your shutter speed:

13.

Most advanced cameras offer exposure increments in :

14.

“Opening” your aperture would be considered :

15.

A higher ISO number results in :

16.

One of the main advantages of purchasing a more advanced camera is:

17.

The artistic related component of Shutter Speed is to choose to freeze or slow motion.

18.

The Aperture controls:

19.

Bokeh occurs when you _______ the depth of field.

20.

Having a wider aperture means there is less light. This allows for a faster shutter speed, or a decrease in ISO.

21.

If you increase the sensitivity of the sensor itself to light, then you need ______ light to get to the exact same exposure.

22.

Incrementally increasing your ISO _________ image quality.

23.

A “stop” of light is an increment that is measured measured as:

24.

ISO 200 is one stop away from ISO 400, and one stop away from ISO 100.

25.

1/200 sec is one stop away from 1/400 sec, and one stop away from 1/100 sec.

26.

F/2 is one stop away from f/4, and one stop away from f/1.

27.

The left half of a histogram represents:

28.

The right half of a histogram represents:

29.

The more contrast a scene has, the more your histogram will be:

30.

A spike that appears anywhere on a histogram means:

31.

If there is lots of information hitting the left or right edge of your histogram:

32.

Using the highlight alert allows the photographer to view:

33.

While shooting, using your histogram and your highlight alert in conjunction will yield in the best result.

34.

Household tungsten lighting is around what Kelvin temperature?

35.

Off camera flashes or studio strobes are designed to fire at a color temperature of :

36.

Color temperature is the neutral color point at which we set on our camera.

37.

Different lights give off different temperature and tints.

38.

Auto white balance works great ________.

39.

Shooting in JPEG does not allow you to make specific color temperature and tint adjustments to the original image in post-production.

CHAPTER 1: BASIC PHOTOGRAPHY CONCEPTS

CHAPTER 2: UNDERSTANDING EXPOSURE

CHAPTER 3: FROM AUTO MODES TO MANUAL

CHAPTER 4: SHARP IMAGES AND FOCUSING TECHNIQUES

Chapter 5: COMPOSITION, ARTISTRY, AND CREATING GREAT IMAGES

Chapter 6: LEARNING MORE ABOUT YOUR CAMERA

Chapter 7: BONUS

Total Course Run Time: 6H 30M 21S