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An image created in the darkroom without a camera is called a(n):

photogram

Sabattier print

image transfer

emulsion transfer
photogram
pg. 276
A two-part work of art is called a(n):


image transfer

diptych

triptych

Kodachrome
diptych
pg. 264
To insure even lighting over the surface of the copy:

bounce light from above the copy

use a bowl reflector

position a single light in front of the copy

position a light to either side of the copy
position a light to either side of the copy
pg. 284
Close-up photography may include the use of all but one of the following devices:

Zoom lens with a macro feature.

Supplementary lens

Digital projector

Extension tube or bellows
Digital projector
pg. 282
A digitally enlarged negative at the same size as the final print may be used with which of the following alternative processes?

image transfers

platinum printing

cyanotype printing

palladium printing
image transfers
pg. 272
Image transfers are made with:

Polaroid film

Kodalith Ortho film

transparency film

light-sensitive iron salts
Polaroid film
pg. 275
Mackie lines are characteristic of:

Sabattier prints

cyanotypes

platinum prints

line copy
Sabattier prints
pg. 279
When copying an image behind glass you would consider using a black card with a hole cut in it in front of the camera or:

a copy stand

a polarizing filter

a reflected-light meter

an incident-light meter
a polarizing filter
pg. 284
A type of alternative process that involves processing print film with slide developers is called:

push processing

cross processing

platinum printing

image transfers
cross processing
pg. 284
To find the f-stop when using a pinhole camera you would:

divide the diameter of the pinhole in inches into the focal length in inches

divide the focal length in millimeters into the diameter of the pinhole in inches

divide the focal length in millimeters into the diameter of the pinhole in millimeters

divide the diameter of the pinhole in inches into the focal length in millimeters
divide the diameter of the pinhole in inches into the focal length in inches
pg. 280
To avoid distortion when making a copy you should make certain that the copy:

and the camera are at a 45 degree angle to each other

is lit at a 45 degree angle

has been metered at the corners and in the center

and the camera are parallel to each other
and the camera are parallel to each other
pg. 284
The Sabattier effect is similar in appearance to ________.


cross processing color film

solarization

an image made using a pinhole
camera
a cyanotype
olarization
pg. 279
A ________ utilizes light-sensitive iron salts to create an image.

photogram

emulsion transfer

cyanotype

platinum print
cyanotype
pg. 272
The appeal of ________ is their ability to register subtle nuances of tone.

image transfers

photograms

platinum prints

cyanotypes
platinum prints
pg. 273
When making Polaroid image transfers some ________ dyes are often lost in the transfer process.

cyan

blue

red

yellow
red
pg. 275
Cross processing transparency film ________ so you should ________ film exposure to retain detail in shadow areas.

decreases contrast / increase

increases contrast / decrease

increases contrast / increase

decreases contrast / decrease
increases contrast / increase
pg. 278
When making a copy it is recommended that you use a ________ which makes it easier to check for glare and reflections.

camera with through-the-lens viewing

cable release

tripod

copy stand  
camera with through-the-lens viewing
pg. 284
A photogram is most similar to a ________ because it involves placing a light modulator directly on the surface of the printing paper.

emulsion transfer

platinum print

cyanotype

contact print
contact print
pg. 276
You can darken the blue in a cyanotype by treating it with a solution of ________ after it dries.


ferric ammonium citrate

plain water

potassium ferricyanide

hydrogen peroxide
hydrogen peroxide
pg. 272
 A____ is a series intended to be viewed in a particular order.

diptych

parallax

multiple

sequence
sequence
pg. 278
T or F: A pinhole photograph typically has very limited depth of field.
False
pg. 281
T or F: When processing for the Sabattier effect using two developers, a warm-tone developer and a cold-tone developer will help reduce color shifts.
False
pg. 279
T or F: Gum bichromate prints allow you to print in any color, but they are not permanent.
False
pg. 279
T or F: A pinhole camera uses a convex lens.
False
pg. 281
T or F: When processing for the Sabattier effect using two developers, a warm-tone developer and a cold-tone developer will help reduce color shifts.
False
pg. 279
T or F: Gum bichromate prints allow you to print in any color, but they are not permanent.
False
pg. 279
T or F: A pinhole camera uses a convex lens.
False
pg. 281
T or F: It is impossible to make a test strip for a Sabattier print.
False
pg. 279  
T or F: The chemicals used in making a platinum print are potassium ferricyanide and ferric ammonium citrate.
False
pg. 272
T or F: When making a copy, and metering with a reflected-light meter, it is recommended that you take readings from a gray card.
True
pg. 284
T or F: Photograms require silver gelatin paper.
False
pg. 276
T or F: Cross processing involves processing color transparency film in C-41 chemistry to achieve a positive transparency with muted colors and lowered contrast.
False
pg. 278
T or F: It is a good idea to paint the inside of a pinhole camera with glossy black paint.
pg. 281
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