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When people talk about "quality" of light they are usually referring to:

back lighting

its direction

its degree of diffusion

artificial light
its degree of diffusion
pg. 230
A spotlight is an example of:

available light

soft light

direct light

diffused light
direct light
pg. 230
When using manual exposure for bounced flash, you must compensate for the extra distance the flash light travels by: ____.

using the distance from the flash

the reflecting surface to the subject when estimating distance

changing the flash calculator dial to a higher ISO number than the film or sensor speed you are using
using a flash slave unit

changing your shutter speed
using the distance from the flash to the reflecting surface to the subject when estimating distance
pg. 244
Which of the following is not a commonly used type of flash?

photoflood

Handle mount

Hot shoe

Built-in  
photoflood
pg. 241
The functioning of barn doors is most similar to that of:

a flag

a tent

an umbrella reflector

a snoot
a flag
pg. 234
Which of the following is an example of a light-supporting device?

a filter holder

a boom

an umbrella reflector

a gel
a boom
pg. 234
To add fill light you would not use:

a black reflector

a flash

a flood light

a reflector
a black reflector
pg. 238
Which of the following would not be a setting on, or reading derived from, a manually-controlled flash unit calculator dial?

f-stop

film speed

watt-seconds

distance to subject
watt-seconds
pg. 241
To avoid distracting reflections, glassware is normally lighted:

from behind

with the key light directly in front of it

from the side

with a flash
from behind
pg. 256
A(n) ________ is used to highlight a specific area of the subject.

gobo

reflector flat

umbrella reflector

snoot
snoot
pg. 234
Using a ________ will not produce a diffused light.

tent

flag

bowl-shaped reflector

reflector flat
bowl-shaped reflector
pg. 234
While a ________ wraps around the subject to produce a diffused light, a diffusion screen is ________ to soften it.

soft box / placed in front of a light

snoot / placed in front of a light

tent / placed in front of a light

flag / placed behind the subject
tent / placed in front of a light
pg. 24
When discussing the control of flash exposure, a camera with ____ has a sensor inside the camera that reads the amount of light that reaches the film.

automatic flash

a modeling light

through-the-lens metering
through-the-lens metering
pg. 241
A rating that indicates a flash's power when used at a given ISO is called a(n) ___.

inverse square law

calculator dial

slave unit

guide number
guide number
pg. 241
You may consider using ________ to flatten out the volume of a subject and minimize textures.


front lighting

side lighting

top lighting

high side lighting
front lighting
pg. 236
At a 2:1 ratio, the shadow side of a subject would meter at ________ than the lit side.

two stops more

two stops less

one stop less

one stop more
one stop less
pg. 238
An off-camera flash is attached to the camera by a ________ so that the flash fires when the shutter is released.

cross arm

sync cord

flash meter

flash slave unit
sync cord
pg. 241
According to the inverse square law, at a distance of 10 feet from a flash, the area illuminated receives ________ than the area illuminated at 20 feet from the flash.

four times more

ten times more

ten times less

four times less
four times more
pg. 243
In ________ the key light is placed directly in front of the face.

back lighting

short lighting

broad lighting

butterfly lighting
butterfly lighting
pg. 252
In arranging short lighting for a portrait a ________ placed behind the subject and to the side will help separate the figure from the background.

fill light

back light

background light

softbox
background light
pg. 253
T or F: The greater the distance between a direct light source and the subject, the sharper and darker the shadows produced will be.
True
pg. 230  
T or F: When shooting indoors with available light, it is recommended that you meter only the part of the scene that you want to record clearly.
True
pg. 233
T or F: As the distance between flash and subject doubles, the flash exposure is reduced by one stop.
False
pg. 243
T or F: A hot-shoe flash emits more light than a handle-mount flash.
False
pg. 241
T or F: A dedicated flash always operates automatically.
True
pg. 241
T or F: An automatic flash always operates automatically.
False
pg. 241
T or F: The easiest and best way to achieve a soft, natural effect when shooting with a flash is to use a direct-flash-on-camera method.
False
pg. 242
T or F: With a TTL system, a sensor on the flash meters light reflected from the subject.
False
pg. 241
T or F: Short lighting frequently uses an accent light placed high behind the subject.
True
pg. 253
T or F: Changing the shutter speed when using flash will let you vary the lightness of the background.
True
pg. 248
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