Composition

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1. When photographing a subject’s face in a two-thirds portrait view, which of the following head positions is correct?
2. What additive light is produced when equal amounts of pure red and green lights are mixed?
3. Red is a combination of which of the following two subtractive colors of light?
4. When using the rule of thirds to compose a photograph, the main subject should be placed
5. What size print will show the entire image from a camera with a sensor that has a 2:3 aspect ratio?
6. The complementary color of blue light is
7. Which of the following is a desirable use of leading lines in an image?
8. Warm colors in an image tend to
9. ​One of the best ways to visually emphasize texture in a composition is to
10. Photographing a waterfall through an over-hanging tree limb is an example of
11. Repeating patterns generally
12. You are doing a low key portrait of a senior. Which of the following props would not be a good choice?
13. You are photographing a family in October with the leaves in fall color. Which of the following clothing colors represents an analogous color scheme?
14. Colors that are on opposite sides of the color wheel are known as
15. What is the complimentary color to green?
16. Which of the following might be a good choice to help eliminate distractions in the background of an outdoor location?
17. Which of the following would not help improve a "busy" background?
18. Symmetry can be a desirable compositional design, but it is considered to be "passive" because it does not create
19. Because asymmetrical balance can be used to call attention to the larger of two elements, the compositional design is said to be
20. Because clients tend to order a variety of sizes, which of the following would provide the best practice for accommodating a variety of crops?
21. For a traditional head and shoulders portrait, the camera should be
22. Negative space in a composition can be used to present the subject by
23. When creating a portrait with the subject in the basic pose (C-curve), the subject's head would
24. To create a portrait of a model in a standing S-curve pose, the model would
25. When posing families, a strong compositional design choice would be

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