Crime scene photo

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Crime scene photo
2012-10-12 15:09:47
Crime scene photo

Crime scene photo
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  1. What are the three cardinal rules of photography
    • Fill the frame
    • Maximize the depth of field
    • Keep the film plane parallel
  2. Aperture is another word for
    F stop
  3. The aperture controls the
    depth of field
  4. Another name for the film speed
    ISO or ASA
  5. The lower the speed of the film the
    higher the resolution
  6. If a hard shadow is created what can be used to add light to the shadow area
    bounce card/reflector
  7. What two aperture and shutter speed combinations create the best field of depth ranges
    f/22 and 1/60
  8. What does TTL
    Through the lens metering
  9. How is the TTL activated
    pressing the shutter button half way
  10. How do you save crime scene photo to protect the integrity of the images
    On external hard drives, seperate servers or a CD
  11. What is a recommended size hard drive to store photos
    2-3 terabytes
  12. What does ASA stand for
    American standard association
  13. What does ISO stand for
    International standard association
  14. Good working shutter speed is
  15. Good working ASA is
  16. An image properly exposed is referred to as being
  17. What four variables directly affect exposure
    • Shutter speeds
    • Apertures
    • Film speed/ISO
    • The ambient lighting
  18. Shutter speeds that are full seconds are indicated by a
  19. What is the aperture
    The diaphragm opening of the lens
  20. What does the filter do
    Protect the lens of the camera
  21. Every crime scene photograph must
    yield a true and actual depiction of the scene
  22. What ISO should be selected outside during the middle of the day 10am-3pm
  23. What ISO should be selected early in the morning or at night
    200 or 400
  24. The determine the lens needed you need to
    Multiply the number of feet by 2mm
  25. Film speeds are an indication of the
    sensors relative sensitivity to light
  26. If it is bright a ______ ISO film is needed
  27. If the lighting is dim a ____ ISO film is needed
  28. A 50mm lens set at f/8 is actually
    6.25 mm
  29. The B just beyond the shutter speed stands for
  30. The B speed setting is used when
    longer shutter speeds than those available are required
  31. The lower the film speed the ______ light there is
  32. The higher the film speed the ______ light there is
  33. The lower the shutter speed the ______ light there is
  34. The higher the shutter speed the ______ light there is
  35. Does a shutter speed of 1/8 have a lot or a little light
    A lot
  36. Does a shutter speed of 1/250 have a lot or a little light
    A little
  37. As you increase the depth of field do you get more or less light
    Less light
  38. Does a F stop of 4 have a lot or a little light
    A lot
  39. Does a F stop of 64 have a lot or a little light
    A little light
  40. What does AF stand for on the camera
    Auto focus
  41. Close up shots of flowers, insects and other small objects
  42. To attach the lens it must be rotated
    counter clockwise
  43. Use for vivid landscape shots
    • High shutter speeds freeze motion for dynamic sport shots
    • Use telephoto lens for best results
  44. Slow shuter speeds produce stunning night landscapes
    • Night portrait
    • provides natural balance between main subject and background in portraits taken under low light
  45. What does the M stand for on the rotating dial
  46. What does the A stand for on the rotating dial
    • Aperture priority auto
    • Adjust aperture to soften background details or increase the field of depth to bring the main subject and the background into focus
  47. What does the S stand for on the rotating dial
    • Shutter priority auto
    • Choose fast shutter speeds to freeze action, slow shutter speeds to suggest motion by blurring moving objects
  48. What does the P stand for on the rotating dial
    • Auto multi program
    • Let the camera optimize exposure to suit the subject
  49. What are the primary f stops
    • 2.8
    • 4
    • 5.6
    • 8
    • 11
    • 16
    • 22
    • 32
  50. A change from f/8 to f/11 Doubles of halves the light?
  51. A change from f/22 to f/16 Doubles of halves the light?
  52. What are the primary shutter speeds
    • 1/8
    • 1/15
    • 1/30
    • 1/60
    • 1/125
    • 1/250
    • 1/500
  53. What color light does tungsten produce
    Yellowish light
  54. What color light does fluorescent produce
    Green because it lacks the red component