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When spotting a print you should first:

spot the lighter areas first

clean the print thoroughly with Spotone

spot the darker areas first

wet the print
spot the darker areas first
pg. 220
A method typically used to remove a small dark blemish on a print by scraping it off with a blade is called:

etching

local reduction

spotting

photo editing
etching
pg. 220
Archival-quality mat board is also referred to as:

museum board

mount board

2- ply board

4-ply board
museum board
pg. 221
A method of mounting without a border is called:

bleed mounting

tack mounting

overmatting

spotting
bleed mounting
pg. 221
When tacking the mounting tissue to the reverse of the print:

move the tacking iron from the sides of the print to the center

move the tacking iron from a
corner of the print to the center

move the tacking iron from the center of the print to the sides

move the tacking iron from the center of the print to the corners
move the tacking iron from the center of the print to the sides
pg. 223
A silver print may be lightened in specific areas after processing with ____.

Farmer's Reducer
Spotone
special retouching pencils
Selenium toner
Farmer's Reducer
pg. 220
A technique used to correct imperfections such as scratches and dust marks on finished prints is called:

dry mounting

local reduction

spotting

overmatting
spotting
pg. 220
A method of permanently adhering a photograph to a presentation board is called:

spotting

overmatting

archival mounting

dry mounting
dry mounting
pg. 221
The thickness of mat board is usually rated in terms of:

ply

inches

millimeters

rag
ply
pg. 221
Which of the following is not usually a method of attaching the print to a backing board in overmatting?

corner hinge

dry mounting

pendant hinge

folded hinge
dry mounting
pg. 224
A ________ should be used to protect the print and mount surfaces from damage.

cover sheet

dry-mount tissue

cutting surface

surface finish
cover sheet
pg. 221
You can most easily remove a print from the backing board if you have mounted it using ________ .

folded hinges

pendant hinges

corners

cold-mount tissue
corners
pg. 224
A ________ may be used to flatten fiber-based prints.

cover sheet

dry-mount tissue

dry mount press

tacking iron
dry mount press
pg. 221  
________ mat boards are generally used because they do not distract attention from the print.

Glossy

4-ply

Neutral white

Highly textured
Neutral white
pg. 221
New presentation materials have been developed to handle large scale prints including optically-clear laminations, honeycombed aluminum sheets, and___.


4 ply museum board

illustration board

lightweight rigid plastic

corrugated cardboard
lightweight rigid plastic
pg. 225
T or F: All methods for correcting problems with prints, such as dust spots, hairline scratches, and highlights that are not bright enough, should be done only after the print is completely dry.
False
pg. 220
T or F: A tacking iron is used to heat bond dry-mount tissue to the back of the print and the face of the mounting board.
True
pg. 222
T or F: Larger prints should be mounted on expensive 2-ply board.
False
pg. 221
T or F: A paper cutter may be used to cut mounting stock if the board is thick enough.
False
pg. 221
T or F: It is a good idea to use a mounting press when matting a digital print.
False
pg. 222
T or F: RC prints can melt at temperatures higher than 210 degrees F.
True
pg. 222
T or F: A fiber-based print should bond in the mounting press in about 35 - 40 minutes
False
pg. 222
T or F: Proper spotting technique starts with spotting the lightest areas in a print first.
False
pg. 220
T or F: A print is often matted with a larger border at the top of the print than at the bottom.
False
pg. 223
T or F: Spotting dyes are made in different colors to match the tones of different papers.
True
pg. 220
T or F: When cutting a window for an overmat, the measurements should be drawn right on the back of the board that is to be cut.
True
pg. 224
T or F: When using an overmat, it is necessary to trim the print to the exact dimensions of the overmat window.
False
pg. 224
T or F: It is recommended that you predry a digital print, the mount board, and a cover sheet for about 30 seconds in the mounting press.
False
pg. 222
T or F: It is recommended that you use masking tape to create a corner for easy removal of a print from an overmatted system.
False
pg. 221
T or F: The term retouching always refers to correcting flaws caused by the printing process such as dust spots.
False
pg. 220
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