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  • 1. Shutterbugs Trivial Pursuit
    • START GAME

2. QUESTION 1 When taking a photo where should you as the photographer be positioned?

  • A-With your face facing towards the sun
  • B-With your back facing towards the sun
  • C-With the sun to the left of you
  • D-With the sun to the right of you

3. CORRECT! Congratulations!

  • Next Question

4. Unlucky, incorrect

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Back 5. QUESTION 2 If your photo is too dark your exposure time is?

  • A- Too Short
  • B- Too Long
  • C- No exposure time
  • D- Just right

6. CORRECT! Congratulations!

  • Next Question

7. Unlucky, incorrect

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Back 8. QUESTION 3 If your photo is too light your exposure time is?

  • A- Too short
  • B- Too Long
  • C- No exposure
  • D- Just right

9. CORRECT! Congratulations!

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10. Unlucky, incorrect

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Back 11. QUESTION 4 What is not an example of a framing device?

  • A- A doorway
  • B- An Arch
  • C- Overhanging branches
  • D- Exposure times

12. CORRECT! Congratulations!

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13. Unlucky, incorrect

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Back 14. QUESTION 5 What is not a possibility of causing a photo to be blurry or fuzzy?

  • A- Moving the camera
  • B- Not focusing on the subject properly
  • C- Too close to the subject
  • D- Too much in your photo

15. CORRECT! Congratulations!

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16. Unlucky, incorrect

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Back 17. QUESTION 6 What is the method you use to centre your images or balance your main subjects?

  • A- Exposure times
  • B- Rule of thirds
  • C- Framing devices
  • D- Photo orientation

18. CORRECT! Congratulations!

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19. Unlucky, incorrect

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Back 20. QUESTION 7 When is it a better time to choose portrait orientation to photograph something?

  • A- For wide subjects
  • B- When it is dark lighting
  • C- When your subject is tall in length
  • D- For landscape shots

21. CORRECT! Congratulations!

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22. Unlucky, incorrect

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Back 23. QUESTION 8 When taking a photo of something small on the ground (like a dog) you need to:

  • A- Stand over the subject
  • B- Move further away
  • C- Move as close up to the subject as possible
  • D- Get down to the subjects level

24. CORRECT! Congratulations!

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25. Unlucky, incorrect

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Back 26. QUESTION 9 When taking a photo of a complicated, very intricate subject the background should be:

  • A- Plain and simple
  • B- Complicated, just like the main subject
  • C- Distractive to take away from the subject
  • D- Multicoloured

27. CORRECT! Congratulations!

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28. Unlucky, incorrect

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Back 29. QUESTION 10 Using leading lines (eg a set of footprints leads to person walking) in your photos can:

  • A- Split the photo up
  • B- Take emphasis away from the main subject
  • C- Lead the viewers eye to the centre of interest
  • D- Make the photo look to complicated

30. CORRECT! Congratulations!

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31. Unlucky, incorrect

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Back 32. QUESTION 11 Instead of zooming in to an object from a long distance, you could:

  • A- Take the photo from a longer distance
  • B- Pick another closer subject to photograph instead
  • C- Move a bit closer and still zoom in
  • D- Move up closer to the subject

33. CORRECT! Congratulations!

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34. Unlucky, incorrect

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Back 35. QUESTION 12 Is it possible to use two centres of interest?

  • A- Yes, if the two centres of interest compliment each other
  • B- No, never
  • C- Every now and then
  • D- No, you can only use one centre of interest in digital photography

36. CORRECT! Congratulations!

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37. Unlucky, incorrect

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Back 38. QUESTION 13 When taking a photo of the ocean, what is the best method to use?

  • A- Landscape orientation
  • B- Portrait orientation
  • C- Framing devices
  • D- Exposure times

39. CORRECT! Congratulations!

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40. Unlucky, incorrect

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Back 41. QUESTION 14 If there is too much light cast on the subjects face, you could:

  • A- Take the photo anyway
  • B- Capture the photo from an angle where there is not too much light cast on the face but rather subtle facial lighting that makes the subject stand out
  • C- Turn around so you (the camera) is facing the sun
  • D- Take the photo where there is no light source

42. CORRECT! Congratulations!

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43. Unlucky, incorrect

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Back 44. Congratulations!

  • You have finished the Trivial Pursuit Game.

FINISH