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The grade of paper that will produce a print with the greatest contrast is:

grade 10

grade 6

grade 4
grade 6
pg. 128
To achieve an image that reveals the greatest detail use:

matte-finish paper

rough-textured paper

slightly-textured paper

smooth-surfaced paper
smooth-surfaced paper
pg. 117
Which of the following statements is not true?

Grain is more evident in glossy paper prints than in matte paper prints.

The contrast in glossy paper appears greater than that of matte paper.

The tonal range in glossy paper is greater than that of matte paper.

The dark areas of prints made on glossy paper do not appear as black as those made on matte paper
The dark areas of prints made on glossy paper do not appear as black as those made on matte paper.
pg. 117
Which of the following is not a common pre-cut size for paper?

20" x 24"

8" x 10"

11" x 17"

16" x 20"
11" x 17"
pg. 117
Latitude refers to:

the common widths for precut papers

the amount that exposure time can vary from the optimum and still produce an acceptable print

the range from white to various off-white tones available as base tones in papers

the various color sensitvity of different papers
the amount that exposure time can vary from the optimum and still produce an acceptable print.
pg. 117
If the focal length of the enlarger lens is too long for the negative:

the corners of the printed image will appear too light

the printed image will be magnified very little

the printed image may appear vignetted

the corners of the printed image will be out of focus
the printed image will be magnified very little.
pg. 114
To take full advantage of variable-contrast papers you will need a set of variable-contrast filters or:

an enlarger with a focusing control

an enlarger with built-in filtration
a focusing magnifier

an enlarger with a condenser

an enlarger with built-in filtration.
an enlarger with built-in filtration.
pg. 116
A technique used to selectively add exposure to specific areas of a print is called:

split filtering

dodging

burning

flashing
burning
pg. 132
A technique used to selectively hold back exposure from certain areas of a print is called:

dodging

burning-in

flashing

agitation
dodging
pg. 132
A chemical bath that alters the developed silver in a print and changes the color or tone of the print is called a:

stop bath

toner

washing aid
toner
pg. 136
Which of the following factors is not likely to affect contrast in a print?

the surface finish of the paper used

the type of enlarger used

the type of developer used

the type of stop bath used
the type of stop bath used.
pg. 130
A ________ enlarger will produce the sharpest print with the greatest contrast.

projection printer

diffusion

quartz-halogen

condenser
condenser
pg. 114
Grades ________ and ________ are considered normal contrast papers.

4 / 5

5 / 6

2 / 3

1 / 6
2 / 3
pg. 117
A ________ is useful on determining the correct exposure for printing.

contact sheet

test strip

resin coating

premium paper
test strip
pg. 118
A ________ may be used to alter the color of the light during printing with variable-contrast paper.

light mixing chamber

condenser

diffuser

filter
filter
pg. 115
A(n) ________ will allow you to focus on the silver grain in the negative to make sure that the focus is as sharp as possible.

enlarger

dichroic head

safelight

focusing magnifier
focusing magnifier
pg. 113
When making an enlargement on variable-contrast paper, you should start with a ________ filter in the enlarger.

#2

#4

#3

#1
#2
pg. 122  
It is helpful to use ________ to assess how light or dark a tone is in the print.

a test strip

a contact sheet

black-and-white test patches

a focusing magnifier
black-and-white test patches
pg. 129
________ can protect the print from external contaminants by converting the silver in the image to a more stable compound.

The use of RC papers

Washing

Fixing

Selenium toning
Selenium toning
pg. 135
T or F: Safelights should be located at least 2 feet from working surfaces.
False
pg. 113
T or F: Developers, stop baths, and fixers are used in the printing process as they are in processing film, only in reverse order.
False
pg. 111
T or F: The emulsion side of the film should face the emulsion side of the paper when it is in the enlarger.
True
pg. 118
T or F: Five separate exposures of 5 seconds each will produce exactly the same image as a single exposure of 25 seconds.
False
pg. 113
T or F: RC papers are coated with resin and are archivally better than fiber-based papers.
False
pg. 116
T or F: Five separate exposures of 5 seconds each will produce exactly the same image as a single exposure of 25 seconds.
False
pg. 122
T or F: You should agitate fiber-based prints in the stop bath for 30 seconds.
True
pg. 124
T or F: Density refers to the difference in brightness between light and dark areas of the print.
False
pg. 128
T or F: Split filtering involves making two separate exposures with different filters each time.
True
pg. 131
T or F: For split toning you need a negative that is the same size as the print you want to make.
True
pg. 137
T or F: You can tone negatives as well as prints.
True
pg. 136
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