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Which of the following is not a common large-format film size?

8 1/2 x 11 inches

4 x 5 inches

8 x 10 inches

5 x 7 inches
8 1/2 x 11 inches
pg. 287
Which of the following terms does not describe a view-camera movement?

shift

tilt

roll

swing
roll
pg. 288
The image on a view camera may be seen on the:

camera back

lens board

bellows

ground glass
ground glass
pg. 289
If you want to adjust a view camera so that a specific plane of the subject is in focus, what theory would you apply?

Inverse square law

Scheimpflug principle

Reciprocity law

Hyperfocal distance
Scheimpflug principle
pg. 299
Which of the following movements is most likely to change the focus?

tilting the back of the camera

shifting the back of the camera

tilting the front of the camera

shifting the front of the camera
tilting the front of the camera
pg. 294
Which of the following movements most changes the apparent shape of objects viewed?

tilting the back of the camera

shifting the back of the camera

tilting the front of the camera

shifting the front of the camera
tilting the back of the camera
pg. 295
To make sure that there is not even a slight tilt or swing of the lens or camera back that might change focus, what is one of the first things you must do when taking a picture with a view camera?

Use the rise and fall movements to adjust the framing.

Zero the camera movements

Set your shutter speed.

Attach the view camera to a tripod.
Zero the camera movements
pg. 324
Which of the following is not considered a disadvantage of using a view camera?

A view camera has few automatic features

A view camera can change the
shape of the subject

A view camera has to be used with a tripod

A view camera requires that you view the subject upside down and backward
A view camera can change the shape of the subject
pg. 287
To control the horizontal placement of a subject within the frame without affecting any other aspect of the scene you would most likely employ:

swing

tilt

rise and fall

shift
shift
pg. 293
The _______ on a view camera must produce a ________ to compensate for various camera movements.

bellows / large image circle

viewfinder / large image circle

lens / large image circle

Scheimpflug / small image circle
lens / large image circle
pg. 288
________ describes a movement of the camera similar to shaking your head "yes."


Rise and fall

Tilt

Swing

Shift
Tilt
pg. 295
In ________ the front or back of the camera twists around a vertical axis to the left or right.

rise and fall

shift

tilt

swing
swing
pg. 297
To ensure that film is loaded into film holders with the emulsion side facing the lens, the notches are in the ___ when the film is held in a horizontal position.

lower left corner

upper right corner

lower right corner

center
lower right corner
pg. 304
In ________ the apparent relative positions of objects may change.

front rise and back fall

front rise and front fall

back rise and back fall

back rise and front fall
lower right corner
pg. 304
In ________ the apparent relative positions of objects may change.

front rise and back fall

front rise and front fall

back rise and back fall

back rise and front fall
front rise and front fall
pg. 293
A condition created by tilting the whole camera up so that the vertical lines of a building appear to converge at the top is called the ________ effect.

Scheimpflug

ship's - prow

keystone

swing
keystone
pg. 300
A ________ may be useful in checking the focus on the ground glass.

Scheimpflug

digital back

keystone

loupe
loupe
pg. 303
The only way to tell if sheet film has been exposed is _____.

by checking the orientation of the light-tight dark slide.

by checking the orientation of the film code notches.

by checking the film for a latent image in the darkroom

by checking the green exposure indicator light on the film holder.
by checking the orientation of the light-tight dark slide.
pg. 304
A ________ is used to block out extraneous light and help you see the image better on the ground glass.

changing bag

loupe

focusing cloth

focusing magnifier
focusing cloth
pg. 303
T or F: Moving the back of the camera moves the image circle relative to the film.
False
pg. 288
T or F: Rise and fall can extend the potential of upward and downward movements of your tripod.
True
pg. 290  
T or F: The relative positions of objects in the viewing screen appear to change with front rise and front fall when you move the lens.
True
pg. 291
T or F: Tilting the top of the back of the camera toward the rear will make the top of an object appear larger.
False
pg. 295
T or F: In right swing of the camera back the right side of an object will appear to be enlarged in the final print.
False
pg. 297
T or F: The Scheimpflug rules refer to a condition where the plane of the subject and the plane of the lens are parallel.
False
pg. 299
T or F: To correct for the ship's prow effect you would swing the camera back so that it is parallel to one side of the building or swing the lens so that it is parallel to the camera back.
False
pg. 301
T or F: The image on the ground glass of a view camera is seen right side up, exactly as it appears in front of the camera.
False
pg. 287
T or F: Lens covering power decreases (the usable image circle gets slightly smaller) as the lens is stopped down.
False
pg. 288
T or F: Film should be loaded into film holders with the code notches in the lower right hand corner (when the film is horizontal).
True
pg. 304
T or F: You can use Polaroid film in a view camera.
True
pg. 302
T or F: Sheet film may be loaded into film holders under dim darkroom safelight illumination.
False
pg. 304
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