CLE Reviewer Part 2

1. The inventor of Leica Camera.          


b. Backman    

c. Conrady

d. Douglas

e. Eastman


Ans: e


2. A lens aberration in which the magnification of the image is less at the margin of the field than at the center.

a. Achromatic distortion

b. Barrel distortion

c. Pincushion distortion

d. Oblique distortion

e. Optical distortion


Ans: e


3. The density or light reducing power of the base material of a film or plate, without consideration of the emulsion. 

a. Coating density

b. Base density

c. Emulsion density

d. Anti-halation density

e. Film density


Ans: d


4. He initiated the first negative process in photography patented in 1841 by Talbot.

a. Reversed process

b. Negative process

c. Callotype

d. Daguerreotypy

e. Kallitype


Ans: c


5. The combination of the primary color of  blue and red is known as

a. cyan

b. yellow

c.  magenta

d. indigo


Ans: c


6. The normal fixing time of a film or paper is from

a. 1-1 ½ minutes

b. 5-10 minutes

c. 20-30 minutes

d. 35-60 minutes


Ans: b


7.  The part of the enlarger that will assure the even illumination of the negative when enlarging is the

a. lamphouse

b. condenser

c. bellows

d. focusing speed


Ans: a


8. In determining the correct lens opening  when using a flash unit, one has to look for its

a. guide number

b. f-number

c. scale-bed

d. shutter speed


Ans: a


9. A photographic paper ideal for printing a normal exposed or normal contrast negative is the____________ paper.

a. number 0

b. number 1,

c. number 2

d. number 3


Ans: c


10. To get the maximum depth of field of a lens, we look for the

a. hyperfocal distance

b. focal length

c. scale-bed

d. focal distance


Ans: b


11. Specifically, the camera is needed in photography to

a. record the image

b. exclude all unwanted and unnecessary lights

c. make the image visible

d. make the image permanent


Ans: a


12.  The most difficult lens defect to correct is known as the

a. coma

b. chromatic aberration

c. distortion

d. astigmatism


Ans: b


13.  The need for the long and continuous washing in water of a negative or a finished print is to remove the presence of_________________ because its presence will result to the early fading.

a. sodium sulfite

b. acetic acid

c. potassium alum

d. hypo


Ans: c


14. Error in the processing step like overdevelopment could be remedied by the use of a

a. reducer

b. bleacher

c. intensifier

d. stain remover


Ans: a


15. To readily determine the degree of magnification of a subject in a photograph a___________ should be placed beside the subject.

a. ruler

b. rangefinder,

c. scale-bed

d. gray-scale


Ans: c


16. Sidelight photography is usually done to show_____________ in a questioned document.

a. stamped out writing

b. watermarks

c. faded writing

d. erasures


Ans: d

17. Infra-red radiation is also sometimes known as

a. heat rays

b. black light

c. coherent light

d. Laser light


Ans: e


18. To show a watermark in a disputed document

a. side-light

b. mreflected light,

c. transmitted light

d. bounce light).


Ans: c


19. To give more contrast to a black fingerprint with a red color background we must use a filter with a_____________ color.

a. blue

b. yellow

c. red

d. green    


Ans: c


20. A basic exposure for a film with ASA 100, at the bright sunlight, normal subject would be

a. 1/30 f-8

b. 1/60 f-4,

c. 1/125 -11

d. 1/250 f-2.8


Ans: c


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