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Slow 1, (Shutter speeds) ½, 1.4, ¼, 2, 1/8, 2.8, 1/15, 1/30, 4, Large 1/60, 5.6, 1/125, Fast 1/250, 1/500, 8, 16, 22, (Apertures) MORE LIGHT 1. 11, 1/1000, 1/2000 32 Small LESS LIGHT If you get very close to the subject you are photographing, you will most likely achieve depth of field. 2. Multicontrast or Polycontrast paper allows you to get several grades of contrast from the same box of paper by use of in the darkroom. 3. An exposure of 1/250 sec. at f8 is the same as 1/60 sec. at . 4. If you take a meter reading at f11 at 1/15 sec., what would be your new f stop, using the more desirable hand-holding speed of 1/60 sec.? 5. The print you have just made is too dark, the setting on your enlarger is f8 and the length of your exposure is 12 seconds. How could you correct the print using the aperture? 6. When hand-holding your camera at a shutter speed slower than 1/60 sec. could occur. 7. What does the stop bath stop? _________________________________________ 8. The print you have just made is too light, the setting on your enlarger is f5.6 and the length of your exposure is 22 seconds. How could you correct the print using the timer? 9. Your light meter suggests the camera setting of f5.6 at 1/1000 sec. To get the desired great depth of field, you decide to use f16; what will your new shutter speed be? 10. What does the term SLR stand for ______________________________________ 11. The advantage to fast film (high ISO) is? a. Higher quality photographs (fine grain) b. It is less expensive c. It is more sensitive to light d. It is less sensitive to light 12. Tapping the film developing tank during film processing helps do what? 13. What format of film cameras did you use/rent out in this class (small, medium or large format) _______ 14. f11 at 1/125 sec. gives the same exposure as f8 at 15. Three different types of photographic images can be made from the same moving subject. These are: 1. 2. 3. 16. The advantage of resin coated paper over fiber-based paper is: a. It is less expensive b. It takes less time to process c. It is available at the Barry bookstore d. All of the above 17. The three types of lenses are: . A. _____________________ B. _____________________ C. _____________________ 18. After washing negatives, water spots can be prevented by submerging your film in what chemical? 19. If the highlights in your print are so white that there is no detail visible, and the dark areas are totally black, revealing no shadow detail either, you should (increase or decrease) the overall contrast, using a paper-grade contrast filter. 20. Selectively making areas of the print darker during exposure of the negative in the enlarger is called what? 21. A large aperture opening (ie f/2, f2.8, f 4, f/5.6) in the lens creates what kind of Depth of Field _______________________ 22. One of the disadvantages of fast film (high ISO) is: 23. Selectively making areas of the print lighter during exposure of the negative in the enlarger is called what? 24. A small aperture such as: f 16 yields ______________ depth of field. 25. What 3 letters designate the standardized system of light sensitivity applied to the film (the lower the number, the slower the film reacts to light – it’s also the name of an organization…) ___________ Matching: Choose the answers from the following… A. PHOTO FLO B. DEKTOL C. D-76 D. FIXER E. STOP BATH F. HYPO CLEAR 25. Chemical that acts as a sheeting agent, thereby cutting down on water spots on film _________________ 26. Chemical that makes the fixer/hypo more water soluble and therefore cuts down on wash time ________ 27. Chemical developer for film: ______ 28. Chemical that stops the development of film or paper: ______ 29. Chemical which dissolves the unused silver from film or paper, rendering it stable in the presence of light: ______ 30. Standard developer used to process all types of black and white printing papers: ______ ...
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