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What does the ISO setting tell us?

If the flash output at 10 feet is F11, what would be the new output if the flash was set to 1/8 power?

The word "pixels" is derived from combining the words...

When selecting a computer to process digital images, which of the following should be given priority?

What is used to standardize the color values of an image seen on a monitor with the output of a printer?

In order to achieve the correct exposure when using an electronic flash, what is the correct formula to use in order to determine the appropriate f-stop?

Increasing the ISO also increases the risk of introducing

What is the slowest shutter speed that you should use if you are hand-holding your camera?

What are exposure meters designed to measure?

The process of increasing a file size by adding pixels that are created based on the tonal values of surrounding pixels, is known as

Which line has the f-stops in the correct order?

Which ISO value would create the most grain when converting a RAW file into a JPG?

What size print will show the entire image from a camera with a sensor that has a 2:3 aspect ratio?

Which of the following lighting modifiers would be best for keeping stray light from the main light from striking the background?

What is the result when equal amounts of Red, Green and Blue light are mixed?

Given F8 @ 1/125, what would the new shutter speed need to be if you moved the f-stop to F5.6?

The hair light, when used as a proper accent light, does its job best when it is positioned

Which of the following is a desirable use of leading lines in an image?

What is the complimentary color to green?

What is the result when equal amounts of Cyan, Magenta and Yellow are mixed?

Which of the following would not help improve a "busy" background?

With the main light set to F11 and placed at 45° to the subject and the fill located behind the camera, what would be the output of the fill need to be to get a 2:1 lighting ratio at the subject?

The technique for capturing relatively sharp images of a motorcycle rider by tracking the movement of the rider during a slow shutter speed exposure is known as

You are creating a head shot of a female executive who has something of a "full" face.  Which of the following lighting styles will be the most flattering?

Which of the following tools would work best for working an image to place additional emphasis on the subject by darkening the corners and surrounding areas?

During an environmental session using natural light, the subject has good catchlights in the eyes, but flat lighting on the face. The best way to improve this situation would be to use a

Which of the following file types would be best for preserving layers for editing at a later time?

The hair light, when used as a proper accent light, does its job best when it is positioned

Increasing the size of the light source will make the light

What is the effective focal length of a 200mm lens on a camera with a 1.3 crop factor?

Warm colors in an image tend to

Which of the following might be a good choice to help eliminate distractions in the background of an outdoor location?

What happens to the depth of field when you move the lens from F11 to F16?

Symmetry can be a desirable compositional design, but it is considered to be "passive" because it does not create

"Fringes" of color along the edges separating dark and very bright values in an images is known as

Which of the following may be responsible for introducing "digital artifacts"?

Which of the following is the best choice for photographing a subject in mixed lighting?

What type of meter allows accurate reflective readings from a distance by isolating a tiny portion of a scene to be measured?

When creating a full-length portrait of a drill team member, the best placement for the camera to minimize distortion is...

To reduce the possibility of getting dust on the camera sensor when changing lenses,

Which line has the shutter speeds in the correct order?

The shutter speeds serve two purposes - what are they?

Which of the following would be the most appropriate resolution for a color brochure printed on a 4-color press?

For a traditional head and shoulders portrait, the camera should be

Moving a light source closer to a subject will change the quality of the light by making it

Which of the following would provide the greatest contrast when lighting a subject?

Which or the following is best suited for creating subtle changes in the softening of skin in an image?

You are photographing a 30 story building for a real estate client, and the building appears much larger at the bottom than it does at the top.  What specialty lens would allow you to correct this issue so that the building is straight from top to bottom?

What is the effective focal length of a 100mm lens on a camera with a 1.6 crop factor?

When making adjustments to individual RGB channels of a color image that has been converted to black and white, adding green will effectively

For long-term storage of images, it is best practice to consider

If the flash output at 10 feet measures F11, how much would the flash power need to be reduced to get a reading of F5.6?

To avoid creating a silhouette of a backlit subject,

A histogram shows the brightness value of all the ___________ in an image.

Which of the following color spaces has the smallest gamut?

What would be the result of changing from 16 to 8 bit color space?

When editing a digital image taken in a low light situation, which adjustment needs to be performed in order to remove the undesired little red, green and blue film grain -like effect in the image?

If a flash measures F11 at full power and at 10 feet from the subject, what power setting would be required to have the flash measure F8 when placed 5 feet from the subject?

When considering the longevity of a printed image, a photographer should consider using

When posing families, a strong compositional design choice would be

The main light is placed at 45 degrees from the subject and set to F8. The fill light is placed behind the camera. How will it need to be set to create a 3:1 ratio on the subject?

What are exposure meters designed to measure?

What would a photographer need to know in order to know a lens' effective focal length on a camera with a cropped sensor?

A client wants a close-up image, with minimal distortion, of an engagement ring. Which of the following lens types should be used?

What is Depth of Field?

Repeating patterns generally

A photographer is working to capture a baseball game with a 200mm lens.  The photographer decides to add a 2x converter to increase the lens's net focal length to 400mm.  What impact will the photographer have to consider when using the converter?

You are doing a low key portrait of a senior. Which of the following props would not be a good choice?

Why are flat diffusers used on a meter?

Give an equivalent exposure to F11 @ 1/15.

How many pixels is one "megapixel"?

Why would you want to change the shutter speed from 1/60 to 1/250?

​To create a silhouette of a cowboy on horseback,

The most precise method of calibrating a computer monitor is by

Because clients tend to order a variety of sizes, which of the following would provide the best practice for accommodating a variety of crops?

Which of the following shutter speeds would most likely be appropriate to get the sharpest images of an outdoor soccer game being played in full sun?

A portrait of an executive has been taken outdoors with a digital camera. The image looked fine on the LCD viewer. The next photograph of the executive is taken in an office building. This time the LCD image appears green. Before continuing the photo session, what is the most efficient way to correct this problem?

​Which of the following negatively impacts the preservation of a printed image?

​The "angle of view" of a 200mm lens would would help a photographer

Negative space in a composition can be used to present the subject by

If you move the f-stop from F5.6 to F8, what happens to the amount of light that reaches the sensor?

The layer of tiny filters in an alternating pattern of green, red and blue which covers the sensor is know as...

When creating a portrait with the subject in the basic pose (C-curve), the subject's head would

What type of exposure meter is used inside a camera?

Why would you want to move the lens from F4 to F2.8?

You are photographing a high school senior with his car. The sun is used to back-light him. Which of the following techniques should be used to produce the best result?

Tiny individual cavities on a sensor that collect varying amounts of light during an exposure are known as

What additive light is produced when equal amounts of pure red and green lights are mixed?

When using the rule of thirds to compose a photograph, the main subject should be placed

During an environmental session using natural light, the subject has good catchlights in the eyes, but flat lighting on the face. The best way to improve this situation would be to use a

Which of the following would provide the best option for file storage?

When sending digital files to a magazine for publication, the preferred color space is

You are photographing a family in October with the leaves in fall color. Which of the following clothing colors represents an analogous color scheme?

A camera can get closer in order to focus on an object by adding distance between the focal plane and the lens with the use of

An incident meter measures light

A dark, rectangular section at one end of a horizontal image indicates

What are “equivalent exposures”?

​Which one of the following characteristics of an inkjet paper affects the archival quality of a print?

Which file type is best suited for images that will be presented on the web?

Red is a combination of which of the following two subtractive colors of light?

When photographing a subject’s face in a two-thirds portrait view, which of the following head positions is correct?

PPI defines

Photographing a waterfall through an over-hanging tree limb is an example of

Because asymmetrical balance can be used to call attention to the larger of two elements, the compositional design is said to be

Determine the correct exposure at 100 ISO for a subject in full sun.

A seriously under-exposed image will show the tonal values on the histogram

If a flash measures F16 at full power and at 10 feet from the subject, what power setting would be required to have the flash measure F16 when placed 5 feet from the subject?

The "dynamic range" of a sensor represents the ratio between the

A landscape photographer will increase the sharpness of the background by employing this technique for determining a point of focus:

The range of colors that can be captured or reproduced by any device is known as

​One of the best ways to visually emphasize texture in a composition is to

Dust on the sensor will appear on an image as

The f-stops serve two purposes - what are they?

Which of the following file types provides the greatest latitude for critical color corrections?

To create a portrait of a model in a standing S-curve pose, the model would

​The paper with the widest tonal range from black to white would be

Because clients tend to order a variety of sizes, which of the following would provide the best practice for accommodating a variety of crops?

The process of increasing a file size by adding pixels that are created based on the tonal values of surrounding pixels, is known as

​When using a flash, the sync speed is determined by

​A photographer has elected to photograph a pilot with a 747 airplane in the background. To create balanced perspective of the pilot in relation to the plane,

A filter which reduces the reflection of non-metallic surfaces is known as a


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