This is a timed quiz. You will be given 60 seconds per question. Are you ready?
What effect does a very high ISO have on image quality?
Very high ISO will cause noise in an image.
You want to freeze some motion. Look at the dice being thrown. Can you deduce what shutter speed was used to take this photo?
A fast shutter speed (e.g. 1/500) freezes the motion.
You would like to take a portrait that highlights the face. You want the foreground and the background to be blurred. What aperture was used to take this shot?
A large aperture (e.g. f/1.8) will produce a shallow depth of field.
You are at a railway station and want your picture to show the movement of a train speeding through the station like this. Can you deduce what shutter speed was used to take this photo?
A slow shutter speed (e.g. 2 seconds) will cause any motion to be blurred.
You are outside on a bright Autumn day and want to have everything in focus down the length of the street. What aperture listed below was used to take this shot?
A small aperture (e.g. f/16) will produce a deep depth of field.
When the picture in the cafe was taken, initially it came out very dark. How could the exposure been improved without adding more light?
The higher the ISO setting, the more sensitive the camera is to the available light.
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