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Study Guide Answers

1.     List the three components that are required for the production of good pictures.
     quality equipment and film, shooting the scene well, and darkroom capabilities
2.     What is the most common film size used for school publications?
     35 mm
3.     The type of film that produces photographs with blacks and whites plus many shades of gray is ________________.
     panchromatic
4.     For a 35mm camera, a standard lens has a focal length of _____ to _____mm.
     50, 55
5.     The __________ is an adjustable opening on the camera lens that increases or decreases the amount of light that reaches the film.
     aperture
6.     The _________ speed determines the length of time that light strikes the film.
     shutter
7.     Aperture settings influence the "__________ of field."
     depth
8.     For vertical shots, you should turn the camera ______ degrees.
     90
9.     Underexposure with overdevelopment is referred to as "___________ the film."
     pushing
10.     How many chemicals are needed for developing black and white film?
     three
11.     A darkroom should be divided into two sides: a _________ side and a __________ side.
      wet, dry
12.     __________ moves fresher developer across the film and provides even development.
     Agitation
13.     Contrast can be increased by _______________ and _______________.
     underexposure, overdevelopment
14.     Black and white photographic papers are sensitive to red or amber safelights. True or false?
     false
15.     Using a timer in a darkroom is not very important. True or false?
     false
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