1. It makes smaller objects bigger than it is in real life.
2. It shows the object by its real life size with
3. It’s a tube that
moves the lens from the sensor and it increase the magnification.
4. Its an attachment that you put on the lens and it magnifies
the subject in front.
5. it can make the
quality of the picture bad.
6. A tripod and a
remote shutter release.
7.The depth field is
shallow, so you have to carefully choose where place the lens to focus.
8.It makes the shutter speed faster and it makes it easier
to control light
9.Hands ,nose and feet
10. Almost anything you can see.
1. It’s a photographer that employs themselves and markets
2.To show what best
area of photography you specialize in.
3. Someone who takes
pictures of people
4.Someone who notes special
events and issues
5.Some one who takes pictures
of equipment , model landscape , etc. for companies
6. Someone who takes photographs that are sold as art at a
gallery, museum, or art fair.
7. who photographs
criminal justice stuff to help record crime scenes
8. Someone who
photographs and records medical and scientific information.
9. Work not guaranteed.
10.To decide what field
you want to work in.
11.To receive a
12.It gives hands on experience.
1. To take a photograph, publish photograph and copyright a
2. freedom of speech.
4. Image ownership that defines who owns a photograph and who
may use that photograph.
5. Law that transfers the copyright to the photographer of
6. A branch of
copyright that permits the copying of a work in certain examples.
7. Where the photographer is paid for images that were not
produced as art.
by the photographer before it is licensed or the photograph is specifically
9. Photographs taken for yourself and the image will not be
sold or published.
appears in newspapers that is not advertising photography.
photographer is paid for images that were not produced as works of art.
12.When people purchase
13.When the buyer is
given an exclusive right to use an image for a amount of time.
14.Gives the buyer more
rights to the image than the original license offered
in photography by spelling out under which conditions a photographer may use
when photographing someone
16.If your photograph
is used commercially, such as in a advertisement
1. Picture of celebrities.
2. Black and white landscape photographs.
3. A group with a commitment to “straight”
photography instead of artistic interpretation
4. A way of adjusting the exposure in a photograph to
maximize shadows and highlights.
5. Emphasizing the beauty of natural form.
6. “For five dollars a month, subscribers received a limited
edition print from his work.”
7. Documentation of the depression era.
8. Document the evacuation of Japanese Americans on the West
Coast to camps.
9. Alfred Eisenstaedt
1. Light-tight areas where photography
3. Kodak Eastman
4. To create a photograph.
5. A light-tight container used for developing film
6. A weakly acidic solution used in photographic processing
to stop the action of a developer on a film, plate, or paper before the
material is immersed in fixer.
7. A mix of chemicals used in the final step in the
photographic processing of film or paper
8. A print of your negatives on photography paper.
9. A specialized transparency projector used to produce
photographic prints from film or glass negatives,
chemicals used in developing cause risks, such as burns, vomiting, skin issues,
central nervous system failure, and asphyxiation when a sudden, acute reaction
11.Programs that allow
a photographer to edit or manipulate photographs taken with a digital
13.It was created to
help professionals manage and speed up the processing of RAW photographs
14.A software program
similar to Adobe’s Lightroom in both operation and cost
15. While PaintShop Pro lags behind Photoshop in a
few areas, it has most of the same options
16.It offers another
lower cost alternative to Photoshop and can be an option for beginners
17.A free open source
editing program that is often compared to Photoshop.
18.Filters may correct
color, protect the lens,
21. Filters that are
used to create close-up images, even with regular lenses.
22.Filters that create
deeper, brighter colors and are used to enhance certain colors in the
between light and dark
between the highlights and dark tones.
25.The sensation that
we experience when we touch the external surface of something, but through a
photograph. ( Learned this on your live lesson 🙂 )
representation of an object.
appearance in three dimensions.
1. Artwork created primarily for aesthetic reasons instead of
2. The beginnings of fine art photography are traced to John
Jabez Edwin Mayall,
3. Before the mid-twentieth century, photographs displayed
were mounted onto plywood or another backing or were printed with a white
border and pinned at the corners for display.
4. It helps to authenticate them and identify them
5. Taking photographs of products for advertising purposes.
6. The product itself is the focal point,
7. It reflects light and reduce harsh shadows on the product
when using a white background.
8. It includes images that can be licensed for particular
uses and is used by web designers
9. You must pay a fee to license the image for a particular
product for a particular amount of time.
10.Field of stock
photography that is typically exclusively online
11.To convey a
particular concept so the viewer understands the concept
12.The presence of
color specks where there should be none.
13.Using a high ISO,
using a long exposure
1. You not only have to capture the movement but also
anticipate when the moment will happen
5. Photographs that are created to ake a record of an event
6. The purpose is to document what is real or true in a
7. To honor the tradition of documentary photography that
were originally taken in black and white
8. Photojournalism is the reporting of visual information,
the production of still photographs that are used in print.,
9. Photojournalists have the responsibility to capture
moments in time honestly
10. Is one type of
photography that relies almost exclusively on taking candid shots.
11.They need to present
their images objectively without manipulating the scene or telling half-truths.
12.They must consider
the purpose of their photographs.