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A black-and-white film that must be processed as if it were a color film is:

chromogenic black-and-white film

advanced photo system film

infrared film

instant film
chromogenic black-and-white film
pg. 78
Assuming that a correct exposure will be made of a particular scene using a film speed of ISO 200, an aperture of f/2.8, and a shutter speed of 1/60 sec, a correct exposure will also be made of the same scene using which of the following combinations should the film speed be changed to ISO 400?

DIN 24 and 1/60 sec

f/2.8 and 1/125 sec

f/2.8 and Tri-X
f/2.8 and 1/125 sec
pg. 68
To make an exposure with an incident-light meter, it is usually pointed toward the _______.


the darkest shadow detail in the scene.

camera

subject

north
camera
pg. 69
The current term to describe a sensor or film's sensitivity to light is _____.

ASA

EI

ISO

DIN
ISO
pg. 82
Which of the following black and white films would produce an image in which the sky would be very dark, green foliage would be unexpectedly light, and details would be diffused by halation?

panchromatic

instant

infrared

high-contrast
Which of the following black and white films would produce an image in which the sky would be very dark, green foliage would be unexpectedly light, and details would be diffused by halation?

panchromatic
instant
infrared
high-contrast
Correction filters are used to:

protect the lens

absorb all colors equally

shoot without a lens

adjust for the response of film
adjust for the response of film
pg. 88
The usable exposure range of film or a digital sensor, or a range of subject brightness is called___.

contrast

color management

dynamic range

burn
dynamic range
pg. 80
Which of the following filters is recommended for outdoor portraits because it will darken a blue sky without making skin tones appear too light?

blue

yellowish green

skylight
yellowish green
pg. 87
If the filter you are using has a factor of 4 you should increase exposure by:

1 stop

0 stops

4 stops

2 stops
2 stops
pg. 88
One may expose individual frames of ___________ at greatly different film speeds and still produce printable negatives.

high - contrast films

infrared films

chromogenic black-and-white films

instant films
chromogenic black-and-white films
pg. 86
The type of meter built into all cameras and most hand-held meters is a(n) ___ meter.

incident-light

reflected-light

color temperature

flash
reflected-light
pg. 69
A good metering technique to use when you can't meter from up close or when you want a standardized reading is a(n)________.

substitution reading using a gray card

Reflected light reading

Color temperature reading

overall reading
substitution reading using a gray card
pg. 74
With color slides and digital cameras, even slight ______can cause loss of significant detail from highlight areas that cannot be added later.

overexposure

chromogenic

underexposure

Reciprocity failure
overexposure
pg. 76
The term " 6 megapixel" means ______________.

6,000,000 pixels

6,000 pixels

6 billion pixels

600 pixels
6,000,000 pixels
pg. 78
When using a filter you should ________ or the image may be ________.

increase the exposure / underexposed

decrease the exposure / underexposed

check the expiration date on the film box/ overexposed

decrease the exposure / too light in the final print
increase the exposure / underexposed
pg. 88
When you use a ________ filter, it will make ________ appear darker in the final print.

yellow / red

green / yellow

red / blue and green

red / red
red / blue and green
pg. 88
In a digital photograph, the _____ the light, the more the __________.

lower/noise

higher / grain

lower/ sharpness

more yellow/image stabilization
lower/noise
pg. 83
T or F: When using faster film speeds, more light is required to make a good exposure.
False
When using faster film speeds, more light is required to make a good exposure.
pg. 82
T or F: You should load your film in strong light to make sure that you are doing it properly.
False
pg. 79
T or F: Image editing software can merge bracketed exposures to correct for a scene that exceeds the dynamic range of the capture medium.
True
pg. 80
T or F: Color transparency film has the most exposure latitude.
False
pg. 81
T or F: Light reacts with silver halide crystals in the air to form an image.
False
pg. 78
T or F: An area of a scene which reflects a lot of light will produce areas dense with silver on the developed negative.
True
pg. 78  
T or F: With film, very long exposures can cause underexposure.
True
pg. 77
T or F: Digital sensors have reciprocity failure under the same conditions as film.
True
pg. 77
T or F: When using infrared film, you should shoot with the image slightly out of focus.
True
pg. 84
T or F: Because infrared light is invisible to the eye it is not necessary to bracket.
False
pg. 84
T or F: An overall reading of a subject against a much darker background can produce a subject that is too dark in the print.
False
pg. 75
T or F: It is not necessary to increase exposure when using an ultraviolet filter in black-and-white photography.
True
pg. 88
T or F: As a rule, never use more than one filter at a time.
False
pg. 88  
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