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UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY QUESTION BANK
UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT-SCHOOL OF DISTANCE EDUCATION-BMMC
UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT
SCHOOL OF DISTANCE EDUCATION
BMMC (2014 Admission onwards-CUCBCSS UG SDE)
III SEMESTER
COMPLEMENTARY COURSE
DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
QUESTION BANK
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1. In 1829, Niepce and Louis Mande Daguerre formed a partnership to work together on the
improvement of ___________________
A. Heliography
B. Camera Obscura
C. Black Maria
D. None of these
2. Wet collodion process was invented in________
A. 1899
B. 1851
C. 1877
D. 1890
3. In the late________, flexible film appeared for the first time, replacing clumsy and heavy glass plates
A. 1880s
B. 1877s
C. 1921s
D. 1888s
4. Kodak Camera was invented by__________________
A. George Eastman
B. Edison
C. Lumiere Brothers
D. None of these
5. Rules of third
A. Camera handling rule
C. Rules of lighting
B. Composition rule
D. None of the above
6. CCD
A. Sensor
B. Lens
C. Shutter
D. Flash
7. Capturing
A. Focusing
C. Exposing
B. cloning
D. making image sharper
8. Depth of Field
A. Area in front and behind of Subject.
C. Frame size of the lens
B. Zooming capacity of Lens
D. View finder dimension
9. General Character of SLR Camera
A. Interchangeable Lens
C. No Image sensors
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B. Fixed Lens with Optical Zoom
D. Auto Focus
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10. ISO number in film
A. Film speed rating
C. Internal system Number
B. Quality standard Number
D. Aperture order number
11. Amount of light that falls in to the sensor of the camera
A. Exposure
C. Depth of Field
B. White balance
D. Three point lighting
12. ISO
A. International Organization for Standardization
C. Internal Office system
B. Indian Optical Standards
D. Information of Standards
13. A Digital Image is made up of thousands of
A. Pixels
B. Bitmap
C. Resolution
D. Vector Images
14. SLR
A. Single Lens Reflex
C. System Linear Remote
B. Semi Lens Reflector
D. Specification of Lens range
15. Camera modes
A. Portrait
B. lens
C. View finder
D. Focal length
16. Aperture:
A. Controls the size of the hole
C. Controls CCD
B. Controls speed of shoot
D. none of the above
17. ISO Number
A. Sensitivity of the film to light
C. Frame no. of film
B. Serial no of film
D. None of the above
18. shutter speed
A. Control exposure timing
C. control Resolution
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B. control light,
D. None of the above
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19. Ambient light
A. available light at surrounding
C. Artificial light
B. Backlight
D. None of the above
20. Autofocus
A. Lens automatically focus
C. view finders focus
B. Manual focus
D. None of the above
21. Back lighting
A. Light from the foreground
C. Light behind the object
B. Light behind camera
D. None of these
22. Candid pictures
A. Posed picture
C. Group photo
B. Un posed picture
D. None of the above
23. Cartridge
A. Camera container
C. Flash container
B. Film container
D. None of the above
24. Colour noise
A. Acuracy of signals
C. Vibration
B. Disturbance
D. None of the above
25. Composition
A. Arrangements of camera parts
C. Focusing
B. Pleasing arrangements of elements
D. None of the above
26. Contact Print
A. Exposing contact with negative
C. Screen printing
B. Digital printing
D. None of the above
27. Double exposure
A. exposing two times
C. Consecutive exposure
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B. Two images printed in paper
D. None of the above
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28. Emulsion
A. Light sensitive gelatin
C. Digital ink
B. Developing chemical
D. None of the above
29. Fill-In-Light
A. Back ground light
C. Natural light
B. Additional light to soften
D. None of the above
30. Filter
A. Coloured piece of glass
C. Muslin cloth
B. A mesh
D. None of the above
31. Flat lighting
A. High contrast
C. For shadow
B. Little contrast
D. None of the above
32. Focal length
A. Distance between film and centre of lens
B. distance between foreground and background
C. Distance between object and film.
D. None of the above
33. Foreground
A. Area between lens and sensor
C. Area between photographer and camera
B. area between camera and object
D. None of the above
34. ___________________ has been defined as taking of photographs to provide a record of social
and political situations with the aim of conveying information.
A. Documentary photography
C.Travel photography
B. Wild life photography
D. Sports photography
35. Long distance photography is facilitated by_______________________________
A. Visible light
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B. X-rays
C. Infra-Red rays
D. Ultra violet rays
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36. A ‘bleeding’ picture is one that is
A. without borders
C. streaked due to exhausted developer
B. badly printed
D. Note of these
37. Visible light occurs between
A. 3000 and 8000 Angstrom
C. 4000 and 7000 Angstrom
B. 3000 and 7000 Angstrom
D. None of these
38. The Camera Obscura was first recorded in
A. 400BC
B. 1600 AD
C. 1800 AD
D. 800 AD
39. A Camera Lucida is
A. an artists aid
C. a type of rangefinder camera
B. an early box camera
D. None of these
40. Which of the following parts of the eye are the most colour sensitive
A. the rods
B. the cones
C. the iris
D. the retina
41. The world’s oldest surviving photograph was taken in
A. 1826
B. 1836
C. 1846
D.1889
C. 1940
D.1923
42. The first Canon camera was released in
A. 1930
B. 1935
43. What is a ‘dolly’?
A. a heavy tripod
B. a remote flash
C. a camera case
D. None of these
44. What was the first camera to be used on the moon?
A. Liecaflex SL MOT
C. Mamiya RB67
B. Hasseblad 500EL HEC
D. None of these
45. A Candela is a measure of light
A. wavelength
B. temperature
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C. intensity
D. None of these
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46. When was the first ever colour photograph taken?
A. 1861
B. 1881
C. 1901
D. 1900
47. Lenses are usually coated with
A. magnesium fluoride
C. zinc fluorite
B. sodium fluoride
D. none of these
48. Visible spectrum of the light has a wavelength in the range of:
A. 1000 to 4000 Ao
C. 7500 to 12500 Ao
B. 4000 to 7000 Ao
D. 12500 to 30000 Ao
49. Luminous flux is:
A. The rate of energy radiation in the form of light waves
B. The part of light energy radiated from light source
C. Measured in Lux
D. Both a and c
50. Candela is the unit of:
A. Illumination
C. Luminance
B. Luminous intensity
D. Light energy
51. Sky appears to be blue because of:
A. Radiation of light over dust particles
B. Reflection of light over dust particles
C. Refraction of light over dust particles
D. Scattering of light over dust particles
52. Candle power is:
A. The luminous flux emitted by the source per unit solid angle
B. The part of the light energy radiated by the sun that is received by earth
C. Measured in Lux
D. None of the above
53. An object which appears to be red to the eyes absorbs:
A. Blue radiation
C. Green radiation
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B. Violet radiation
D. Absorbs all the above radiation
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54. . Which of the following colour has the wavelength between blue and yellow:
A. Violet
B. Orange
C. Red
D. Green
55. Which of the materials is most commonly used for the filaments in the incandescent
lamps:
A. Tungsten
B. Tin
C. Silver
D. Asbestos
56. The expected life of an incandescent lamp is about:
A. 100 hours
B. 200 hours
C. 500 hours
D. 1000 hours
C. light box
D. none of the above
57. ‘Camera’ is actually a Latin word meaning
A. picture box
B. room
58. The world’s first photographic portrait studio was opened in
A. 1840
B. 1850
C. 1860
D.1870
59. The world’s first all electric photographic studio was opened in
A. 1877
B. 1897
C. 1917
D. 1887
60. Incident light
A. falls on the subject
C. backlights the subject
B. is reflected from the subject
D. None of these
61. Who coined the term ‘photography’?
A. Fox Talbot
C. Sir John Herschel
B. Nicephore Niepce
D. None of these
62. What is a photon?
A. A particle of light energy
C. A stream of light energy
B. A measure of light energy
D. None of these
63. What type of development process does Kodachrome need?
A. Additive
C. Dye replacement
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B. Subtractive
D. None of these
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64. Your print needs 8 seconds at f5.6 (in a diffuser enlarger). You decide to use f11, what is
your new exposure?
A. 16 seconds
B. 24 seconds
C. 32 seconds
D. None of these
65. What was Roger Fenton famous for?
A. War photography
C. Both
B. Founding the Royal Photographic Society?
D. None of these
66. When was the first proper flashbulb invented?
A. 1920
B.1925
C.1930
D. None of these
67. What is a ‘magic lantern’?
A. a slide projector
C. a flashbulb
B. an early enlarger
D. None of these
68. Your negative is very weak with very little shadow detail. Why?
A. Under exposure and under development
B. Under exposure and over development
C. Over exposure and over development
D. None of these
69. What is ‘posterization’?
A. extreme tone separation
C. Total image reversal
B. partial image reversal
D. None of these
70. David Seyour was the founder of which group?
A.f64
C. Magnum
B. Societe Heliographique
D. None of these
71. Which camera (from around 1984) used solar energy to assist the batteries?
A. Nikon FA
B. Ricoh XR-S
C. Pentax LX
D. None of these
72. Your black and white print has mottled tones despite full development. Why?
A. old paper
C. exhausted fixer
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B. contaminated stop bath
D. None of these
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73. What is ‘chiaroscuro’?
A. a lens aberration
C. warped negative film
B. a light and shade effect
D. None of these
74. What temperature should colour film be developed at?
A. 95 degrees Celsius
C. 105 degrees Celsius
B. 100 degrees celsius
D. None of these
75. Daylight colour film is balanced for light at
A. 3200 K
B. 3400 K
C. 5400 K
D. 3000 K
C. fisheye lens
D. None of these
76. Circles of confusion are most prominent in
A. mirror lens
B. zoom lens
77. Magenta is a combination of
A. red and blue light
C. blue and green light
B. red and green light
D. None of these
78. Panchromatic film is sensitive to
A. all light
C. all light bar green
B. all light bar red
D. none of these
79. Parallax error is due to
A. your flash mis-timing
C. flaws in ultra wide angle lenses
B. viewing and taking lenses being separate
D. none of these
80. What is the angle of view on a fisheye lens?
A. 180 degrees
B. 225 degrees
C. 270 degrees
D. 290 degrees
81. Focus finders are found in
A. studios
B. darkrooms
C. cameras
D. none of these
82. The term "photography" was first used by____________, in 1839, the year the photographic
process became public.
A.Sir John Herscel
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B.Tim Donald
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C.Fox Talbot
D. Thomas Alwa Edison
83. The light source that casts sharp, well define shadows is called ___________________
A. fill light
B.set light
C. hard light
D. none of these
84. Rule of thirds is a concept related to _____________________
A. Trimming
C. Tracking
B. Composition
D. Lighting
85. MFD stands for ________________
A. Minimum Focusing Distance
C. Distance Minimum Focusing Direction
B. Maximum Focusing
D. None of the above
86. Wide angle lens
A. Focal length is smaller
C. Large size of the lense
B. Focal length is longer
D. None of the above Aspect ratio
87. key light
A. Principle Illuminator
C. Soft light
B. Back light
D. None of the above
88. POV
A. Point of View
C. Photographs of visual
B. Picture of vision
D. None of the above
89. An image editing software.
A. PageMaker
C. Photoshop
B. MS-Word
D. All of the above
90. Which colour mode is used for digital Image
A. CMYK
B. HSB
C. PANTONE
D. RGB
91. The early photographic process involving an emulsion coated onto a glass plate
A. Dry plate
C. Platinum Dry Plate
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B. Silver Plate
D. None of These
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92. A photographic process developed by inventor William Henry Fox Talbot in 1853 that
allowed him to make multiple copies of a positive image from a single “negative.”
A. Stroboscope
C. Zoetrop
B. Calotype
D. None of These
93. ________________ is a process developed by French physicist Joseph Niepce in 1816 that
produced a positive copy of an engraving by exposing a glass plate coated with asphaltlike substance
A. Texography
C. developing
B. heliography
D. None of These
94. _____________ is a photographic image made without a camera ,generally by contact printing
object placed directly on the photographic paper.
A. Photogram
C.Photo Sketching
B. Photo testing
D. None of These
95. Edison is considered the father of movie studio. His studio was known as ______________
A. Edison Parlour
C. Black Maria
B. Film strip parlour
D. Black Edison
96. The first shot is a man looking up. The second shot is a low angle shot of a high rise
apartment. The second shot is a _____________________________shot
A. long shot
C. extreme long shot
B. mid – shot
D. point - of – view
97. The light source that casts sharp, well define shadows is called ____________________
A. Key light
C. set light
B. fill light
D. hard light
98. A camera mounting that straps the camera to the body of the operator to keep the
recorded image reasonably steady is known as _______________________
A. Steadicam
C. studycam
B. Sturdycam
D. none of the above
99. Iris Out
A. Transition from one to another frame
B. A black circle closes to end a scene
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C. Fade in
D. Fade out
100. Rule of thirds
A. Rule of Composition
C. Rule of editing
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B. Rule of camera fixing
D. Rule of art direction
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