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  • Q1
    What does the term 'aperture' refer to in photography?
    The image stabilization feature
    The camera's zoom capability
    The type of camera used
    The opening in the lens through which light passes
  • Q2
    What is the purpose of using a prime lens in photography?
    To enable zooming capabilities
    To provide image stabilization features
    To increase the camera's ISO sensitivity
    To achieve higher image quality, wider apertures, and sharper images
  • Q3
    What does the acronym DSLR stand for in photography?
    Dynamic Shot Lighting Ratio
    Dual-Shot Lens Replacement
    Direct Shutter Linking Report
    Digital Single-Lens Reflex
  • Q4
    What does the term 'exposure triangle' refer to in photography?
    A technique for editing photos
    A type of camera accessory
    A geometric shape used in compositions
    The relationship between aperture, shutter speed, and ISO
  • Q5
    What is the term used for the process of combining multiple images of the same scene with different exposures to create a final image with a greater dynamic range?
    Macro photography
    Bokeh effect
    Rule of thirds composition
    HDR (High Dynamic Range) imaging
  • Q6
    What is the term used for the process of intentionally reducing the depth of field in a photograph to isolate the subject and create a blurred background?
    Depth of field
    Focus stacking
    Fill light
  • Q7
    What does the term 'prime lens' refer to in photography?
    A lens with zoom capabilities
    A lens with image stabilization
    A lens with a variable aperture
    A lens with a fixed focal length
  • Q8
    What is the 'white balance' setting in photography used for?
    Adjusting the color temperature of the image to match the lighting conditions under which it was taken
    Changing the resolution and size of the final image
    Adding creative filters and effects to the photograph
    Increasing or decreasing the exposure level of the camera sensor
  • Q9
    What is the 'golden hour' in photography?
    The period shortly after sunrise or before sunset when the lighting is soft, warm, and ideal for capturing photos
    The period during the day with the lowest amount of natural light
    The time when the sun is directly overhead, resulting in harsh shadows and bright highlights
    The time when artificial lighting is used for indoor photography
  • Q10
    Which of the following is a key compositional element in photography that helps draw the viewer's attention to the main subject?
    Harsh lighting
    Random angles
    Leading lines
    Circular framing
  • Q11
    What is the term used in photography to describe the blurriness in the areas of an image that are not in focus?
    Shutter speed
  • Q12
    What is the term used to describe the technique of intentionally underexposing or overexposing a photograph for creative effect?
    Exposure compensation
    Depth of field
    White balance
  • Q13
    What is the term used to describe the process of converting a physical photograph into a digital format?
  • Q14
    What is the term used to describe the practice of taking multiple exposures on the same frame of film or digital image sensor?
    Long exposure
    Single exposure
    Panorama shot
    Multiple exposure
  • Q15
    What is the term used to describe the phenomenon in photography where small points of light appear blurred and out of focus?
    Chromatic aberration
    Moire pattern

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