QUIZ: Photography 101 - Chapter 6: Learning More About Your Camera

1.

Megapixels are useful for which of the following?

2.

Having “too many” megapixels can also result in which of the following?

3.

Poor lens quality and bad shooting technique are more likely to harm your image quality, than not having enough megapixels.

4.

Pixels-per-inch and dots-per-inch refer to the same form of measurement.

5.

A 12x18 inch image, printed at 300 PPI, would require how many megapixels?

6.

A “full-frame” digital camera refers to:

7.

35mm “full-frame” has an aspect ratio of:

8.

All crop-sensor digital cameras have a “crop factor” that is:

9.

Using a crop sensor is NOT the same as simply zooming in on a full-frame camera.

10.

Pye gets low to photograph this scene to:

11.

Zoom lenses are ideal for sake of _______.

12.

Which of the following is not a trade off of buying a zoom lens over a prime lens?

13.

Perspective distortion is:

14.

Lens distortion is:

15.

Lens compression is:

16.

Portrait photographers favor telephoto lenses because they can make a subject appear thinner or more flattering.

17.

It is difficult and sometimes impossible to change certain elements of a processed JPEG file.

18.

Which of the following is NOT a benefit of RAW image files?

19.

To have quick accessible images to upload to social media or share, shoot your images in ______ form.

20.

Buying multiple cheap memory cards is safer than buying one or two name-brand memory cards.

21.

If you don’t buy your memory cards directly from a reputable, authorized dealer, you could:

22.

You should keep track of all your memory cards by:

23.

The safest time to format your memory cards is:

24.

Image recovery may be possible in which of the following situations?

25.

You should retire or replace a memory card:

26.

Which piece / pieces of gear should you consider first when deciding to buy photography gear?

27.

Which is the second most important piece of equipment to consider?

28.

Which is a good reason and/or time to upgrade your camera?

29.

Which third-party camera accessories should you avoid?

30.

You should consider purchasing third-party alternatives for lenses and lighting equipment.

31.

Which camera dealer/dealers are the most reliable and safe to shop at?

32.

Bait-and-switch online scams are not a problem anymore, thanks to social media reviews.

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