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Following on from the first stage, this short quiz on more technical knowledge and some composition.
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Question 1 of 6
You are in the community centre and its pretty dark in there. Your shutter speed is 1/50 sec and aperture f/8. You can’t change the shutter speed as you are hand holding and can’t change the aperture because the depth of field would get too shallow. What can you do to correct the exposure?Correct
That’s right, increasing the ISO, whilst keeping it to the minimum is the way to get this shot.Incorrect
Increasing the ISO would correct the exposure as it makes the camera more sensitive to the light that is available.
Question 2 of 6
From the previous question, the histogram changed. How could the change be described?
Well done! There is now more ‘white’ in the image and so the histogram shows more expose to the right.Incorrect
There is now more ‘white’ in the image and so the histogram shows more expose to the right.
Question 3 of 6
You have taken this shot, looking on the back of the camera you can see that there is no detail in the sky, the clouds just don’t show up in the detail. What needs to be done to correct this?
That’s right. The image is overexposed and the highlights are blown. There is no way to recover blown highlights later. Reduce the exposure and retake the picture.Incorrect
The image is overexposed and the highlights are blown. There is no way to recover blown highlights later. Reduce the exposure and retake the picture.
Question 4 of 6
This picture was taken on a recent holiday. How would you describe the tonal range?
Question 5 of 6
What do the lines indicate on this image?
Correct. Using the rule of thirds can help achieve a pleasing composition.Incorrect
Spitting the picture up into 3 segments horizontally and vertically and aligning subjects on them (the rule of thirds) can help achieve a pleasing composition.
Question 6 of 6
What effect do colours have in an image?
Yes. Red, yellow and orange come towards the front of an image whereas blue and green recede in the image.Incorrect
Red, yellow and orange come towards the front of an image whereas blue and green recede in the image.