ASSIGNMENT 9
Textbook Assignment:
"Image Processing and Control," "Black--and-White Printing," and "Color
Printing."
Pages 10-31 through 12-17.
Learning Objective:
Identify
characteristics of high-quality
negatives.
9-1.
A black-and--white negative should
make a good print when printed with
what contrast printing filter?
1.
No. 1
2.
No. 2
3.
No. 0
4.
No. 4
9-2.
What areas have the most density
on a negative?
1.
Highlights
2.
Shadows
3.
Midtones
9-3.
The difference between the
highlight and shadow densities
describes what characteristic
of a negative?
1.
Opacity
2.
Tonal gradation
3.
Density
4.
Contrast
9-4.
Which of the following combined
factors will produce a thin
negative?
1.
Underexposure and
underdevelopment
2.
Underexposure and
overdevelopment
3.
Overexposure and
underdevelopment
4.
Overexposure and
overdevelopment
9-5.
Which of the following areas in a
photographed scene will produce the
most density on a negative?
1.
A shadow
2.
A red car
3.
A black sailor in winter
blues
4.
A white road sign
9-6.
A processed black-and-white
negative has good shadow detail
but lacks good contrast and
highlight densities.
What is
the most probable cause of these
negative characteristics?
1.
Normal exposure and
overdevelopment
2.
Normal exposure and
underdevelopment
3.
Underexposure and
underdevelopment
4.
Underexposure and normal
development
9-7.
Which of the following factors
contribute to the graininess of
a negative?
1.
The type of emulsion
2.
Development
3.
Exposure
4.
Each of the above
Learning Objective:
Recognize
equipment and the method used to
monitor photographic processes.
9-8.
What instrument provides consist-
ent,
repeatable exposures and is
used to produce test strips?
1.
Densitometer
2.
Sensitometer
3.
Photo sensitizer
4.
Grier film exposer
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