QUIZ: Photography 101 - Chapter 2: Understanding Exposure

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To create a “correct” exposure you may use :

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The aperture is usually the first thing you should set :

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If you “Expose To The Right” or ETTR, that means :

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Your light meter indicates a technically correct exposure when :

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Your ISO is :

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Raising your ISO will cause your images :

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A sensor’s dynamic range and colors are greatest at the lowest native ISO.

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Shooting RAW is not useful for photographers who always shoot at the lowest ISO.

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The benefit of raising your ISO is :

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A camera sensor’s native ISO is :

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Your camera’s light meter will always attempt to indicate :

12.

Average metering helps you gauge :

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Spot metering measures only :

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Evaluative, Matrix, or multi-zone metering are types of metering that :

15.

In manual exposure, the in-camera meter will :

16.

Using Spot Metering is the most useful and least risky when using :

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The best way to spot meter for an image is :

18.

_____________ are a compositional piece and explains why our model Whitney is posed this way.

19.

Use ___________ metering with assisted or automated shooting modes.

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By adjusting the aperture and manipulating the depth of field, you compromise ___________, which may affect the sharpness and compositional value of your image.

21.

If we let the camera run the exposure, what we end up with is an _______ scene.

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