Quiz For Lesson 5:

Darkroom Techniques

 

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Transparent portions.
Areas with heavy silver deposits.
Areas with thin silver deposits.
Areas between the heaviest and thinnest areas.

 

Solid black.
Solid white
Completely transparent.

 

Has excessive density.
Has excessive contrast.
Lacks density.
Lacks contrast.

 

White areas.
Black areas.
Transparent areas.
Middle gray tones.

 

Developer
Fixer
Stop bath

 

Decreasing the development time and/or increasing the developer temperature.
Increasing the development time and/or increasing the developer temperature.
Decreasing the development time and/or decreasing the developer temperature.
Increasing the development time and/or decreasing the developer temperature.

 

Underdeveloped
Overdeveloped
Overexposed
Underexposed

 

Moving the head closer to the paper and/or using a lens with a shorter focal length.
Moving the head farther from the paper and/or using a lens with a shorter focal length.
Moving the head closer to the paper and/or using a lens with a longer focal length.
Moving the head farther from the paper and/or using a lens with a longer focal length.

 

Glossy paper.
Matte paper.
Resin coated paper.
A paper that's sensitive to all colors.

 

The largest aperture.
The smallest aperture.
The aperture that you're going to use.

 

Kodachrome paper.
Polycontrast paper.
Panalure paper.

 

The largest aperture.
The smallest aperture.
A middle aperture.

 

Curvature of field.
Chromatic aberration.
Depth of focus.
Chromatic difference of magnification.

 

Dodge the dress.
Burn in the dress.
Vignette the dress.

 

Dodge the outfit.
Burn in the outfit.
Vignette the outfit.

 

 

A piece of dust on the negative.
A scratch on the negative emulsion.
A piece of dust on the enlarging paper.
A scratch on the enlarging paper emulsion.

 

Burn in the corners of the print.
Hold back light from the corners.
Solarize the print.
Place a texture screen on top of the enlarging paper.

 

Increasing the density of the yellow filter.
Decreasing the density of the yellow filter.
Increasing the density of the cyan filter.
Decreasing the density of the cyan filter.
Increasing the density of the magenta filter.
Decreasing the density of the magenta filter.

 

Increasing the length of the red exposure.
Decreasing the length of the red exposure.
Increasing the length of the blue exposure.
Decreasing the length of the blue exposure.

 

 

 

 

Leaf shutter diagram.

 

 

 

 

 

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