You are taking an overall reflected
light-meter reading of a subject
that has almost equal areas of
highlights and shadows. What type
of light-meter reading are you
You have taken an average light-
meter reading of a predominately
The meter indicates
an exposure of 1/250 second at
Which of the following
exposures should you give the film
to reproduce shadow detail?
1/125 at f/11
1/500 at f/11
1/1000 at f/5.6
You took two light-meter readings
from a scene.
One reading was
taken from the darkest object with
which you desire details and the
other was taken from the lightest
area where detail is desired.
However, these two objects do not
represent the darkest or lightest
objects within the scene.
type of reflected light-meter
reading did you take?
You are photographing a Navy ship
that is probably too distant to get
an accurate light-meter reading.
You then base your exposure on a
What method of
light-meter reading did you use?
You are photographing an average
scene but take a light-meter
reading from a white card.
desire detail in both shadow and
highlight areas. Which of the
following exposure compensations
should you take?
Close down two f/stops
Close down one f/stop
Open up two f/stops
Open up one f/stop
Which of the following statements
regarding exposure bracketing is
Bracketing is permissible for
all films, both black and white
Bracketing produces varying
Bracketing can be used but
precise exposure for color
slide film is required
Bracketing should not be used
You have overexposed color reversal
film by one f/stop and have
processed the film normally. The
film has what general appearance?
It is very dark
It is washed out
It has more color saturation
It has excessive contrast
You have processed a roll of
Each frame of
the roll appears to be overexposed
by one f/stop. What is the
The light meter was set to the
Light entered the viewfinder
while the light-meter reading
was being taken
A very bright area of the scene
influenced the light meter
The batteries in the light
meter were too weak