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For the subtractive process of color mixing the color primaries are:

green, red, and blue

yellow, cyan, and magenta

yellow, blue, and magenta

red, yellow, and cyan
yellow, cyan, and magenta
pg. 140
Color systems divide all colors into which three measurements?

Hue, luminance, and saturation

dynamic Range, subject

brightness range, and contrast

Transparency, negative, and instant

Hue, color, and value
Hue, luminance, and saturation
pg. 142
Which of the following colors has the highest color temperature on the Kelvin scale?

blue

green

red

black
blue
pg. 143
3200K film is color balanced for:

a flood lamp

daylight

a strobe
a flood lamp
pg. 147
A filter that absorbs equal quantities of all colors of light is a(n):

skylight

amber

ultraviolet

neutral density
neutral density
pg. 148
Digital Cameras set a white balance of ______ for daylight; film for use in daylight is balanced for 5500K

2800K

1900K

5200K

3200
5200K
pg. 144
The greatest contrast between colors is most likely to be apparent:


at sunrise

at sunset

at noon

after sunset.
at noon
pg. 182
Cyan is composed of equal parts of:

magenta and blue

magenta and green

green and yellow

green and blue
green and blue
pg. 140
A print made from a color negative that looks too red is corrected by:

adding yellow

adding magenta

subtracting yellow and magenta

adding yellow and magenta
adding yellow and magenta
pg. 155
When making color prints from transparencies:


it is generally not necessary to make a test print

it is necessary to use different equipment than that used for printing from negatives

it is recommended that you begin printing using a fully exposed transparency with saturated colors and low to normal contrast

it is recommended that you begin printing using a fully exposed transparency with saturated colors and high contrast
it is recommended that you begin printing using a fully exposed transparency with saturated colors and low to normal contrast
pg. 158
In the additive process, when equal parts of the three primaries overlap the mixture appears ________ to the eye.

black

green

white

blue
white
pg. 140
When mixed in varying proportion the ________ will produce ________.

additive primaries / white

additive primaries / black

subtractive primaries / all colors

subtractive primaries / black
subtractive primaries / all colors
pg. 140
Inside a digital camera, data that represents each ________ primary color is recorded separately in one of three channels.

pretty

additive

saturated

subtractive
additive
pg. 141
If you expose daylight film in tungsten light, the resulting uncorrected image will have a(n) ___ cast.

yellow

cyan

blue

green
yellow
pg. 149
A(n) ________ filter absorbs blue rays.

amber

skylight

fluorescent

blue
amber
pg. 148
The recommended filter for use when Tungsten film is used with 5500K sources is a(n) ________ filter.

polarizing

85B amber

Magenta FL

80A Blue
85B amber
pg. 148
If a filter has a factor of ___, you will need to increase the exposure by three stops.

3

2.5

2

4
3
pg. 148
A(n) ______________ controls solution temperatures, agitates the print and transports the paper within one device.

dichroic head

automated processor

filter kit

color analyzer
automated processor
pg. 151
When printing a color print from a negative, if your print is too blue you could ________ to your filtration.

subtract cyan and yellow

subtract cyan

subtract yellow

add magenta
subtract yellow
pg. 155  
T or F: Digital cameras let you adjust the white balance warmer or cooler to compensate for any subtle color difference in daylight.
True
pg. 144
T or F: Fluorescent light does not match the color balance of any film.
True
pg. 149
T or F: By placing warm-colored objects in front of cooler backgrounds you can increase the illusion of depth.
True
pg. 146
T or F: Unlike black-and-white films, color films can not be pushed.
False
pg. 150
T or F: When making a color test strip, it is advantageous to vary the aperture rather then the exposure time.
True
pg. 152
T or F: To correct a print that is too red, you should add more magenta and yellow to the filtering system.
True
pg. 155
T or F: Color prints should be adjusted first for color balance and then for contrast.
False
pg. 154
T or F: Colors in your photographs will vary depending on the time of day that you made them.
True
pg. 144
T or F: Necessary changes in filtration can be made by altering amounts of magenta and yellow only.
True
pg. 155
T or F: To correct the color balance of a print made from a negative, change the enlarger filtration in the opposite direction from the color change you want in the print.
True
pg. 155
T or F: When printing from a transparency, a paper with a polyester base is preferred for archival presentation.
True
pg. 158
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