Term 1 Cinematography 3

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  1. How many amps does an Arri 1K use?
    Select one:
    A. 15 A
    B. 5.34 A
    C. 8.3 A
    D. 4.2 A
    B. 5.34 A
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. Comedies generally have low contrast lighting.
    Select one:
    True
    False
    True
  3. What is the latitude of the EX1 Camera?
    4 stops over, 6 stops under
  4. Using safety numbers, how many amps does a 2k light draw?
    20 A
  5. A fill light needs to be motivated.
    Select one:
    True
    False
    False, Your fill light usually comes from the ambient light in the room and motivation is usually not needed.
  6. The Ex1 has a preset white balance for which temperature?
    3200K
  7. A grip sets up a light and puts diffusion on it.
    Select one:
    True
    False
    False, A grips job is to mold the light source not set it up.
  8. A subject moving though a room can only have one key light.
    Select one:
    True
    False
    False, If your subject is moving throughout the room, they could have more than one motivated key light.
  9. The difference in light intensity between your key light and fill light is called Contrast.
    Select one:
    True
    False
    TRUE, Changing light intensity between your key and fill lights creates your contrast ratio.
  10. Backlights will usually look brighter than normal on camera even though they are set to a normal exposure.
    Select one:
    True
    False
    TRUE, Backlights will look brighter on camera because they are directed back at the camera, flashing the camera.
  11. The Key Grip sets up lighting equipment
    Select one:
    True
    False
    FALSE, The Key Grip and grips set up Grip equipment and the Gaffer and electrics set up Lighting equipment.
  12. ISO and ASA are not related.
    Select one:
    True
    False
    FALSE, Both ISO and ASA represent how sensitive the film/ digital sensor is to light.
  13. Dress lights are for subjects clothes.
    Select one:
    True
    False
    FALSE, Dress lights are used to light the background of the set.
  14. High key lighting means a high contrast ratio which is used in film noir genres.
    Select one:
    True
    False
    FALSE, A low key environment requires a high contrast ratio which is used in film noir films
  15. Cinematography Crew Responsibilities: Who is responsible for equipment, crew scheduling, ordering of equipment, is a liaison between the production and the grip dept.
    Best Boy Grip
  16. Cinematography Crew Responsibilities: Head of Lighting Department. In charge of lighting show.
    Gaffer
  17. Cinematography Crew Responsibilities: Who is responsible for camera equipment and stays with the camera at all times.
    1st Camera Assistant
  18. Cinematography Crew Responsibilities: Who is in charge of controlling and shaping light and creating shadows.
    Key Grip
  19. Cinematography Crew Responsibilities: Who is responsible for building support rigs for the camera to move on and execute smooth camera movements.
    Dolly Grip
  20. Cinematography Crew Responsibilities: Who is responsible for setting and aiming lights.
    Electrics.
  21. Fill light plays a big part in controlling the mood in a film.
    Select one:
    True
    False
    TRUE, The fill light helps the mood by creating the contrast ratio with the key light, which in turn creates the mood of the show.
  22. Light output is measured in f-stops.
    Select one:
    True
    False
    FALSE, Light output in measured in foot candles.
  23. If you needed to set up a key light, fill light, back light and a background light, you don't need 4 different lights to do so.
    Select one:
    True
    False
    TRUE, you do not need physical lights to create all sources, you can use the ambience in the environment or bounce light from one of the other sources.
  24. What is the colour temperature of Daylight?
    5600
  25. What is the colour temperature of Incandescent light?
    2870
  26. What is the colour temperature of Overcast Sky?
    6000
  27. What is the colour temperature of Sunset?
    2000
  28. What is the colour temperature of Tungsten Light?
    3200
  29. What is the colour temperature of Candle Light?
    1900
  30. The camera's aperture has foot-candles numbers on it.
    Select one:
    True
    False
    FALSE, The camera's aperture is read in f-stop on the lens to let you know how much light you're letting into your camera.
  31. What is Minimal Focus Distance?
    The closest distance that a lens can focus on any subject.
  32. The key light is your main motivated light source.
    Select one:
    True
    False
    TRUE, your key light should be the main motivation for the enviroment you are in.
  33. You always need to attach an AC cable to a light even if it is right beside an outlet.
    Select one:
    True
    False
    TRUE, Adding an AC increases efficiency when lighting for when you want to raise a light or move a light further from its power source.
  34. You should keep your strongest light as close to the camera as you can.
    Select one:
    True
    False
    FALSE, The closer you put your Key light to camera the better chance you have of making your lighting extremely flat.
  35. What is Latitude?
    The difference between the brightest and darkest extremes of a photosensitive surface.
  36. When filming outside on a sunny day you can set the camera's white balance to Preset to achieve a correct (neutral) look.
    Select one:
    True
    False
    FALSE, The camera has a white balance preset of 3200 (tungsten) for use with tungsten lights. If you are filming outside in daylight you need to do a manual white balance to achieve a neutral image.

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