Which aperture will allow you to use a faster shutter speed?
Which aperture will give you a blurry background?
What is another term for Aperture?
What is depth of field?
The total distance from near to far that you are capturing in your photo
Equal to your focal length
How much of your photo from near to far is in sharp focus
How fast your shutter captures the sharpness of the image
What 3 things determine the exposure of a photograph?
Aperture, shutter speed, ISO
Aperture, f-stops, timer mode
Shutter speed, ISO, metering mode
F-stop, aperture, depth of field
You’re taking a picture of a landscape. Which aperture would be best for getting all of it in focus?
When you shoot using the lowest number possible for your aperture, what is it called?
Shooting "wide open"
You’re taking a picture of your golden retriever, Max jumping to catch a frisbee. Which of these shutter speeds would best freeze the action?
The dSLR camera is one the most popular types of camera on the market today. dSLR stands for:
Digital Single Lens Reflex
Digital Standard Lens Refraction
Digital Simple Light Recorder
Compared to f/8, f/16 is:
A smaller opening
A larger opening
What type of lens would give a wider depth of field?
Out of the ISO's listed, which produces the finest grain?
Depth of Field is controlled by:
The Focal length of the lens
The size of the Aperture opening
The distance between camera and the subject
All of these
None of these
ISO Film speed refers to
How long it takes to develop film.
How fast film moves through film-transport system.
How sensitive the film is to light
None of these
The following are whole f/stops:
F/2, f/2.8, f/4, f/5.6, f/6.7, f/8
F/11, f/16, f/20, f/22
F/2.8, f/4, f/5.6, f/8, f/11
F/2.8, f/3.2, f/4, f/4.5, f/5.6, f/8
1. When you change the aperture setting on your camera, what are you actually changing?
How large of an opening the curtain makes on the camera
How large of an opening the blades in the lens make
The focus of the lens
How fast light is recorded on your digital or film sensor
How is the f/stop calculated/derived?
By dividing the measured diameter of a particular lens opening into the focal length of the lens
By multiplying the measured diameter of a particular lens opening into the focal length of the lens
By the dividing the depth of field and shutter speed of the lens and camera together
Which of the following are especially suitable for use in low-light photography?
Slow ISO setting (ex: 100 ISO)
Fast shutter speed
Out of the apertures listed, which will give you the most light?
A 28-105mm f4 lens and a 50mm 1.4 lens are available to purchase. Which has a wider range of available apertures?
The 28-105mm f/4 does.
The 50mm f/1.4 does.
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