Basic Photography and Camera Operation Test

- Basic Photography and Camera Operation Test

- June 27th 2017

  • You'll have 15 minutes to take the test.
  • Make sure to enter:
    • Your name
    • Your email address
    • Your Phone number (if you'd like to speak with Sam about the results of your test)
      • If you'd like Sam to contact you about the results of your test please let him know in the"Leave a Reply" area at the bottom of the page.
  • Don't forget to hit the "Submit Quiz" button.
  • Leave any comments or questions about the test in the "Leave a Reply" area at the bottom of the page.
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1) Which shutter speed will more likely blur motion in a photograph?
2) What is light sensitive material?
3) In terms of image resolution, megapixels describes the number of pixels on a digital sensor and is calculated by multiplying the number of pixels along the length of the sensor by the number of pixels along the height of the sensor.
4) How does distance focused control depth of field?
5) In terms of your camera equipment and functions, what controls exposure only?
6) White balance settings provide a way to control how the color of a transmitting light source, (daylight, light bulbs, etc.), and the color of the things that the transmitting light source effect appear in a photograph.
7) Aperture is also known as?
8) A decrease in the ISO number will?
9) Which ISO setting will result in the least amount of noise?
10) The characteristic of light that describes the brightness of light is?
11) What focuses light onto light sensitive material ?
12) ISO is?
13) The brightness/intensity of the pop-up flash on your camera can usually be controlled with a setting on your camera.
14) Metering is?
15) Which shutter speed provides the most exposure?
16) A one stop increase in exposure from 1/250 second is?
17) A one stop increase in light sensitivity from ISO 200 is?
18) Which aperture provides the most/deepest depth of field?
19) In order for flash to be effective, not to bright or too dark, the flash to subject distance must be considered as well as ISO and aperture.
20) Which focal length describes the widest angle of view?
21) The lower the image compression the larger the file size of the photograph in terms of megabytes.
22) Which ISO provides the most exposure?
23) What is an aperture?
24) Which of these image/file types are proprietary and must be converted to a universally usable image/file type before being printed.
25) What is exposure?
26) An increase in exposure will?
27) Which of these image/file types are not processed, not compressed and will have the largest pixel dimensions?
28) A one stop decrease in exposure from f-11 is?
29) As image/picture resolution increases, so does the possible maximum size image you can produce.
30) Which metering pattern/metering mode does not use the entire camera viewfinder/frame and offers the smallest area of influence?
31) Which aperture provides the most exposure?
32) The higher the megapixel value the lower the resolution.
33) In terms of the raw material a crafts-person works with:
1. A potter works with clay.
2. A chef works with food.
3. A carpenter works with wood.
4. A photographer works with? (pick one)
34) The higher the image compression the lower the quality of the image.
35) When acquiring a standard exposure through metering, whatever was influencing your meter will appear as a?
36) Assuming a lens/camera without vibration reduction/image stabilization, If using an 28mm focal length lens, which shutter speed will cause camera shake/picture blurriness due to hand-holding the camera while making an exposure?

- Basic Photography and Camera Operation Test

- June 27th 2017

  • You'll have 15 minutes to take the test.
  • Make sure to enter:
    • Your name
    • Your email address
    • Your Phone number (if you'd like to speak with Sam about the results of your test)
      • If you'd like Sam to contact you about the results of your test please let him know in the"Leave a Reply" area at the bottom of the page.
  • Don't forget to hit the "Submit Quiz" button.
  • Leave any comments or questions about the test in the "Leave a Reply" area at the bottom of the page.


18 Responses to “Basic Photography and Camera Operation Test”

  1. Christy says:

    I am looking for a digital photo class as I am now teaching a class of photography in a high school. I took photography in 1986 and do not remember much of it. I need to find some courses to help me refresh my lack of memory on it as well as learn Digital and Lightroom. Hopefully your all have some options in your programs. I am in Prince Frederick MD and can travel to DC area during the summer.
    Please send me an email with courses and prices if possible.Thank you, Christy Sams

  2. CJ Johnson says:

    Thank you for the quiz. I appreciate knowing what I could study to increase my knowledge. I found that a few items I have the practical understanding, but not the written. Knowing this will allows me to improve the written knowledge so that I may speak with increased accuracy.

  3. Sarel Kromer says:

    Dear Sam,
    Debby Shipler recommended I take your course, and I just signed for one starting in April.
    I would really appreciate your feedback on this, and look forward to learning from you.
    Sarel Kromer

  4. Debby says:

    Please change the answer to #1 to the first option – I was about to do that when I timed out of the test.

    We spoke on the phone about the Friday Intermediate daytime class. I am the one who has taken 2 of your short classes – one on exposure, and one on white balance. I am planning on registering for the class. I would appreciate it if you would contact me regarding the results of the test.

    Thanks –

  5. Marco Ertreo says:

    Please contact me in regards to which course is best suited for me.
    Thanks,
    Marco

  6. Andrew Lee says:

    Hi,

    I’ve been shooting for nearly 10-years on and off and love capturing weddings and events, with a dash of portraits. I am most interested in better manipulating studio light and working on my composition. Hopefully composition and enhancing my eye are skills you can help me with.

  7. Hi

    I’d like to improve my skill in all phases of light from ambient to off camera multi speed light and studio strobes, high speed sync. Hopefully composition and artistry can also be taught

  8. Jim Lewis says:

    My last formal photography instruction was many years ago in college, well before digital was commonly available — a solid b&w photo/darkroom class taught by a seasoned pro. I was also trained as a filmmaker, so I understand exposure and composition, and my work isn’t too bad… simply would like it to be better. I scored a little shy of your requisite 80% on the test, mainly on the technical terminology and digital q’s, but I believe I would keep up in your Intermediate class — the Basics class is TOO basic. Can I register for the Intermediate class, or would you Ike me to study some other sources in order to get the “fuzzy” areas a bit clearer?

    • Jim,

      Please do not register for the Intermediate class.

      Can you please give a call at 202-531-2344?

      I’d like to speak with you so we can determine how to proceed.

      Sam

      Thank you.

  9. Michaela says:

    I’d like to do the test Basic Photography because I thinking to do class Intermediate Photography. Many thanks, Michaela.

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