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Welcome to your Photography Quiz 1

1. 
The amount of light or darkness on a photograph is known as the:

2. 
The amount of light passing through a lens during a given shutter speed is determined by the:

3. 
What is the name of the first mass marketed cameras introduced by Eastman Kodak in 1900?

4. 
Name the natural optical phenomenon that occurs when an image of a scene at the other side of a screen is projected through a small hole in that screen as a reversed and inverted image on a surface opposite to the opening?

5. 
The difference between tones or colours in a photo is:

6. 
In 1841, which British photography pioneer patented the Calotype process, resulting in "negatives" of photos and being able to print multiple "positives"?

7. 
Born in 1795, who is often considered as the "Father of Photography?"

8. 
Where are there known to be 12 discarded Hasselblad cameras?

9. 
What do the letters SLR stand for?

10. 
What is a 'prime' lens?

11. 
Which of the following ISO settings is twice as sensitive to light than an ISO 100 setting?

12. 
Given a fixed aperture and ISO, what shutter speed setting will make the picture darkest?

13. 
What does the term "ISO" in photography stand for?

14. 
What does the term "aperture" refer to in photography?

15. 
What is a RAW file in photography?

16. 
What is bokeh in photography?

17. 
What does HDR stand for in photography?

18. 
What is the purpose of a polarizing filter in photography?

19. 
What is the term for the area of a scene that a lens sees?

20. 
What is the purpose of a Neutral Density (ND) filter?