Amount
Time
Sensitivity
Exposure
Potpourri
100
1.8 2 2.8 ____ 5.6 8 11 16 22
What is 4
100

This controls the amount of time that is allowed to hit the film

What is shutter speed

100

What is an example of slow film or ISO setting?

What is 100, 50 or 25

100

How does an overexposed photo look like?

What is the photo will be light and some areas will turn pure white without detail or texture (blown out)

100

What size film does 35mm cameras use?

What is 35mm

200

This has a direct effect of the amount of Depth of Feild a photograph has

What is Aperture or F-Stop

200

1sec 1/2, 1/4, ____ 1/15, 1/30, 1,60, 1,125, 1,1/250, 1,500, 1,1000

What is 1/8

200

What is an example of fast film or ISO setting?

What is 400, 800, 1600, 3200

200

What will an underexposed photo look like?

What is The print will be dark and shadow areas will turn pure black (crushed blacks) without detail or texture?

200

This setting causes the shutter to stay open as long as you press the shutter release button?

What is B or Bulb setting

300

This lens opening gives you the largest depth-of-field

What is 22 or a high f/stop number

300

What should your shutter speed be set at if you want hold the camera in your hand

What is 1/60 or at least the reciprocal of your lens focal length

300

What is an advantage of fast film or IS?

What is . . that it is good for low light or you can use faster shutter speeds

300

How do you know that your exposure is correct on a school camera?

What is The exposure needle is in the middle in the viewfinder.

300

You are taking a portrait of your friend what would be a good f-stop to set your camera at?

What is F-8

400

This setting gives you the least amount of Depth of Field

What is 1.8 or 2 (a low f/stop number)

400

What should your shutter speed be set at if you want to stop action?

What is 1/250 or faster

400

What is an advantage of slow film or ISO setting?

What is that it has more detail and less grain

400

What are the 3 factors of exposure?

What is ISO, F-Stop or aperture and Shutter Speed

400

Exposure is measured in increments called_____

What is Stops

500

This controls the amount of light that hits the sensor

What is f-stop or aperture

500

What shutter speed should you use to show motion?

What is 1/15 or slower

500

You are taking photos of sports outside on an overcast day what ISO would you expect to you use and why?

What is a higher (or fast) ISO so that you can use a faster shutter speed

500

Explain how you would get an overexposed image?

What is the camera gets too much light

500

How many stops difference is 100 ISO compared to 400 ISO?

What is 2 stops

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