Newborn Photography Workshop: Quiz on Chapter 4: Starting with the Basics Pye Jirsa, 6 years ago QUIZ: Newborn Photography - Chapter 4: Starting with the Basics 1. The silver side of the reflector is perfect to fill shadows unless : A Bright direct light is hitting the reflector B You are working indoors or within a shaded area C The light is too cool/warm D None of the above 2. A safe Shutter Speed that will prevent most motion blur due to hand shake is : A 1/100th of a second B 1/30th of a second C Both A & B D None of the above 3. What happens every time you increase your ISO? A Reduced detail information B Reduced color information C Both A & B D None of the above 4. What's the ideal way to adjust camera settings? A Shutter Speed, then Aperture, then ISO B Aperture, then Shutter Speed then ISO C ISO, then Shutter Speed, then Aperture 5. Which of the following is not one of the basic ways to position a newborn? A Side B Back C Sitting D Tummy 6. Cropping a wide image to showcase details and photographing close up using a macro lens produce the same quality of image. A True B False 7. It is advised to only photograph the baby while it is asleep, there will be too much movement to capture if it is awake. A True B False 8. What shutter speed does Pye recommend staying above when photographing the baby while he/she is awake? A 1/50th of a second B 1/80th of a second C 1/100th of a second D 1/160th+ of a second 9. Holding the newborn’s arms or legs for ________________ will help mold them into a pose as they fall into deep sleep. A 5 seconds B 1 minute C 30-60 seconds D 5 minutes 10. Which pose allows you to start out and get your must have shots? A Simple side lying pose B Basic back pose C Full length nude D Top down tummy 11. High megapixel cameras allow you to crop and still retain a printable image when pressed for time. A False B True 12. When creating an album or set of images for a wall display, what are some of the different images you might capture to help tell a story? A Full length images B Detail shots of the feet and hands C Close ups of the face D Detail shots of the props/clothing E All of the above 13. A bean bag can be an amazing prop for helping pose the newborn. A False B True 14. Having mom on set to be a spotter for the newborn is ideal. A False B True Prev Next Start Over Submit All Answers Previous Basic Pose Conclusion Next Setting Up the Wicker Basket Scene 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.