How Much Do You Know About Portrait Lighting?

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What is the light called that supply’s the general lighting direction of the portrait?

A Key

A Fill

A Point Source

A Kicker

Response:

A Kicker

A Key

A Fill

A Point Source

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What two elements must all fill lights have to do their function properly?

A reflected source works best and should bounce the light up

It has to be soft source and far away

It needs to be weaker than the key and far away

It should be on axis (center) with little direction, and as close to the subject as possible

Response:

A reflected source works best and should bounce the light up

It has to be soft source and far away

It needs to be weaker than the key and far away

It should be on axis (center) with little direction, and as close to the subject as possible

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What does a Background light do?

Decreases depth in the photograph

Gives direction to the image

Eliminates shadows on the background

Aids in separating the subject from the background

Response:

Aids in separating the subject from the background

Decreases depth in the photograph

Eliminates shadows on the background

Gives direction to the image

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Why do many use a Soft Source like an umbrella or softbox as a key light?

Texture

Shape

Increases light dimension if used in close proximity to the subject

Reflections

Response:

Reflections

Increases light dimension if used in close proximity to the subject

Shape

Texture

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What does a Point Source illustrate best?

Reflections

Shape

Needles

Texture

Response:

Needles

Reflections

Shape

Texture

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For a soft source to be soft what has to be true?

The light has to be through a scrim

The initial source can never be a hot light

The light has to be bigger than the subject and closer than its size

You always have to use a soft box

Response:

The initial source can never be a hot light

The light has to be through a scrim

You always have to use a soft box

The light has to be bigger than the subject and closer than its size

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What is the definition of a fill?

Diffused cast shadow

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Illuminates shadows

Illuminates shadows but has no directional qualities

Response:

Diffused cast shadow

Illuminates shadows but has no directional qualities

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Illuminates shadows