Q1 - Which of these is most important for sharp images when shooting sports and action photography?
Q2 - Which of these is most important in landscape photography where you want as much as possible in focus, from the foreground out to the far distance?
A large aperture (e.g. f2)
A small aperture (e.g. f16)
A low ISO setting
Q3 - What is the primary characteristic of a Macro lens?
It provides high magnification
It has very low distortion
It is very sharp
Q4 - What is the primary purpose of a lens hood?
To protect the front of the lens from damage
To keep rain off the front of the lens
To shade the front of the lens from the sun or other bright light source
Q5 - Which of these lenses would be best for conventional "head and shoulders" portraits?
A 500mm f8 mirror lens
A 20mm f3.5
An 85mm f1.8
Q6 - Which of these statements is true?
An f2 lens is faster than an f8 lens
An f8 lens is faster than an f2 lens
You can't tell which is faster because it depends on the focal length of the lens
Q7 - Which of these would change exposure by one stop (assuming all other settings remained the same)?
Changing the shutter speed from 1/60s to 1/30s
Changing the ISO setting from 100 to 400
Changing the aperture from f8 to f4
Q8 - What is a fisheye lens?
A lens (usually a wideangle) which produces strong visual distortion
A lens designed for use underwater
A lens that produces a low contrast, soft image
Q9 - Some cameras can save images in RAW format as well as JPEG. What does RAW stand for?
Readable And Writeable
It doesn't stand for anything, it just means unprocessed as in 'raw food'
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Q10 - If an image is darker in the corners than in the center, it's called...
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