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Digital Photography (Grade 9)

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Digital Photography

1. 
Which of the following are advantages of digital photography? Check all that apply.
  1. Once you invest in a digital camera and memory, pictures are essentially free.
  2. It is very forgiving of exposure errors.
  3. Instant feedback - you can get better pictures faster.
  4. You only have to print the pictures you want to print.
2. 
Which of the following is a disadvantage of digital photography?
  1. Battery use
  2. Slow
  3. Reliability
  4. Ease of Editing
3. 
This type of file image can be easily edited and re-saved without losing image quality.
  1. TIFF
  2. JPEG
  3. RAW
4. 
Which of the following image formats is faster and saves space?
  1. TIFF
  2. JPEG
  3. RAW
  4. MP4
5. 
Reducing storage size of an image by reducing the quality and detail is known as
  1. compression.
  2. reduction
  3. shrinking.
  4. editing.
6. 
This indicates light sensitivity on a camera and can be adjusted.
  1. Aperture
  2. Shutter Speed
  3. Focal Length
  4. ISO Setting
7. 
The size of the opening that lets light into the camera is known as the
  1. Aperture
  2. Shutter Speed
  3. Focal Length
  4. ISO Setting
8. 
The length of time a camera is open to the light is known as
  1. Aperture
  2. Shutter Speed
  3. Focal Length
  4. ISO Setting
9. 
This measures the power and magnification of a lens.
  1. Aperture
  2. Shutter Speed
  3. Focal Length
  4. ISO Setting
10. 
                     zoom actually magnifies the subject and preserves the quality of the image as you zoom in.
11. 
                     zoom is a feature of the software in a digital camera and enlarges the existing image and thus degrades the quality.
12. 
A                          tells how well the colors are distributed in your image, from light to dark and is often displayed as a graph when you play back the image you have just taken.
13. 
                                 describes how the color white looks under different types of light situations.
14. 
A                  is the smallest unit of a digital image or graphic that can be displayed and represented on a digital display device.
15. 
A megapixel equals                            pixels.
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