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Multiple Choices: Select the correct answer for eac h of the following questions. Mark only one answer for each item by marking the box corresponding to the letter of your choice on the answer sheet provided. STR ICTLY NO ERASURES ALLOWED. The year ________is considered generally as the birth year of photography. a. 1839 c. 1739 b. 1939 d. 1829 The production of a perman ent record of an image by the combined action of light and chemical processing. a. Literal definition of photography b. Legal definition of photography c. Moder n definition of photography d. Technical definition of photography e. Both C and D Modern photography may be defined as any means for the chemical, thermal, ele ctrical or electronic recording of the images of scenes, or objects formed by so me type of radiant energy, including gamma rays, X-rays, ultra-violet rays, visi ble light and infrared rays. a. Literal definition of photography b. Legal defin ition of photography c. Modern definition of photography d. Technical definition of photography e. Both B and D Photography is an art or science which deals wit h the reproduction of images through the action of light, upon sensitized materi als, with the aid of a camera and its accessories, and the chemical processes in volved therein. a. Literal definition of photography b. Legal definition of phot ography c. Modern definition of photography d. Technical definition of photograp hy e. Both B and D is an art or science which deals with the study of the princi ples of photography, the preparation of photographic evidence, and its applicati on to police work a. Police photography c. Forensic Photography b. Photography d . Crime scene Photography is an art or science which deals with the study of the principles of photography, the preparation of photographic evidence, and its ap plication to police work a. Police photography c. Forensic Photography b. Photog raphy d. Crime scene Photography Recoding the image that has been optically crat ed. a. Optical c. Chemical b. Photograph d. Photography Primary ways of using ph otography in police work. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. a. As means of identification. b. As a method of discovering, recording and pres erving evidence. c. As a way to present, in the courtroom, an impression of the pertinent elements of a crime. d. As a training and public relations medium for police programs. e. All of the above 9. Is a mechanical result of photography? a . Photograph c. light b. chemical d. picture 10. Suggest and enclosure devoid of light. a. Light tight box c. The lens b. The shutter d. The holder of sensitize d material 11. Latin for dark chamber

a. Camera d. 14. Alhazen c.W. Land b. Louis Desirie Blanquart b. Alphonse Bertillion deve loped a dry plate photography eclipsing Daguerreâ s wet plate on tin method. Niepce d. Camera obscura b. Edwin H. Odelbercht d. Edwin H. 27. perhaps in a tent flap or wall. James Clark Maxwell Published a â wet plateâ process. Dr. Dr. Herschel d. controlling its intensity. R. 22. a. Louis Desirie Blanquart b. Odelbercht d. 1 80. None of the above Recoding the image that has been optically cra ted. camera d. 13. 21. Land developed a method of photographic co mparison of bullets and cartridge cases which act as an early foundation of the field of ballistics. 25. Camera d. a. Box camera c. 18. Blanquart Coi ned the word â photographyâ . a. James C lark Maxwell Made a color subtractive process called Kodachrome. Daguerre b. a. 26. a. 19. Herschel d. Odelbercht d. La nd b. a. John F.A. Edwin H. Eastman Koda k c. Chemical b. This mad e practical the photography of inmates for prison records. Eastman Kodak c. Maddox c. and directing it. Edwin H. Frederick Scott Arche c. John F. Reis d. a. a. Louis Desirie Blanquart b.000 miles d. 186. Victor Baltazard d. 17. Victor Baltazard d.000 miles b. John F. Alphonse Bertillion First advocate the use of photography fo r the identification of criminals and the documentation of evidence and crime sc ene. Optical c. Reis c. Eastman Kodak c. James Clark Maxwell I ntroduced a printing paper coated with albumen to achieve a glossy surface.000 miles c. 16. 24. F rederick Scott Arche c. Photograph s Observed sometimes in tenth century that light passing through a small round h ole. Herschel d. 185. a. none of the above Light travels thr ough a vacuum and through the air at a speed of ___ per second but can be slowed by dense mediums such as glass or water. Chemical b.W. R. Land b. Alphonse Bertillion Who initiated antropomet ric measurements for personal identification was also involved in various means of documentation by photography which developed into a fine science for criminal istics when he photographed crime scenes and formulated a technique of contact p hotography to demonstrate erasures on documents. a. Maddox c.A. Frederick Scott Arche c. would create an image of the outdoor scene on an interior wall or screen. a. Photographs Catching light.W. b. Optical c. 15. 20. Edwin H. .12. 23.

ultra violet b. though we can feel it in our bodies as w armth or heat? a. Camera and its accessories e. electromagnetic radiation d. electromagnetic radiation d. ultra violet b.Land Except. but we know about it because it tans our skin in summer. ligh ts is another form of light we cannot see. Optical d. one are the elements of photography. Sensitized materia l c. . a. Process involved Is a wavelength e mitted by the sun which cannot be seen. lights Is a form of electromagnetic radiation and we know it travels in the for m of waves. Infra red c. Light b. a. Infra red c.

lights 28. Bright Sunlight c. view finder 35.a. speed d. Sun lights d. Wave d. exposure 37. a. Refers to the rebounding or deflection of light. and d. Open bri ght sunlight 44. shutt er. motion picture camer a 36. Range finder c. Fluorescent lights 43. Opaque d. ultra violet b. Law of Refract ion c. Lights which are manmade. except one. Interfere nce c. View finder b. To help the photographer see the precise area that will be photographed when he trips the shutter. To carry away the exposed section into position of the film and b ring an exposed section into position behind the lens. view finder 31. Shutter b. The following are the basic parts of the camera. law of ref lection 29. This phenomenon is responsible for the partial illumination of object parts not directly in the path of the light. camera c. Artificial light s c. light meter d. Natural lights b. The sun is covered by thin cloud and t he shadow appears bluish because of the decrease of light falling on the subject in open space. lens c. Translucent objec ts b. Bright Sunlight c. a. a. a. When the material in the path of the light is transpa rent a change in the direction of the light occurs. a. and the shutter through its speed in opening and closing of the lens to light. transparent object c. RAT d. body of the camera 33. Shutter b. Law Reflection b. Mediums that merely slow down the speed of light but allow to pass freely in other respects. body of the camera 34. Artificial lights c. Crest 39. a. Its funct ion is to produce an image on the film at the back of the camera by gathering an d focusing the rays of light from the object. Cyan b. film holder d. a. whi ch is referred to as the angle of incidence. b. Lights which come to existence without the int ervention of man. except? a. Natural lights b. transmit 90% or more of the incident light. Dull Sunlight d. H as reflecting mirror which projects the image from the lens to the ground glass at the top or at the back of the camera. Spectrum 40. a. No shadow is cast t o the uniform illumination of lights all around the subjects in open space. Shutter b. electromagnetic radiation d. Dull Sunlight d. film holder d. a. green 4 6. a. Diffraction c. a shutter at one end and the holder of sensitized material at the other. Light tight box. except at the instance a photograph is taken they are made of plastic or metal. Sun lights d. a. film holder d. Focusing mechanism 30. a. double lens c. lens c. Sensitized material b. light meter d. blue d. Basically is nothing more than a light tight box with a pin hole or lens. Hazy Sunlight b. Law of Refraction c. Open bright sunlight 45. Range finder c. a. a. Rat law . a. Single lens b. interference b. view finder 38. The an gle of reflection depends upon the angle of the light striking the material. Prism d. Film transport mechani sm b. Spectrum 41. The ______________of the sensitized material to light is controlled by the lens and its aperture. lens c. Devise machine b. body of the came ra 32. photography d. a. t serves as a rigid framework on which all other parts of the camera are mounted and also serves to protect the film from exposure to light. The sun is totally covered by thick clouds. H azy Sunlight b. The following are the primary colors. Fluore scent lights 42. It is mounted over the opening at the front of the camera body. lens c. a. red c. Infra red c. RAT d. a. Law Reflection b. lens c. lens d . This phe nomenon is responsible for the partial illumination of object parts not directly in the path of the light. It holds the film in place at the back of the camera. Diffraction b.

Is a devic e that prevents light from reaching the film until the photographer is ready to take a picture? a. transmit 50% or less of the incide nt light. a. Convex lens c. which has two opposite symmetrical and sph erical surfaces? a. Twin lens reflex c. Rat law 48. Camera lens b. Singl e lens reflex b. Aperture 50. Means that the same lens is used for viewing and taking the photograph. Is a transpare nt material made of glass or plastic. Medium format d. f-Stop c. IDENTIFICATION: Identify the basic parts of the camera.47. Concave lens d. . Mediums that allow light to pass through it in such a way that the outline o f the source of light is not clearly visible. transparent object c. Shutter b. Rangefinder 49. Opaque d. Diaphragm d. Translucent objects b. a. Plano II.