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An interval timer does what?   (tick all that apply)  

The "Bulb"setting on your camera is for...?  

Letting you take pictures with very long shutter speeds
Lets you shoot timelapse images of bulbs growing
Lets you take pictures as fast as a flash bulb
For taking pictures using light bulbs

To photograph light trails from fast moving cars at night you need...?   (tick all that apply)  

Shooting a fast moving cowboy wagon with a fast shutter speed would mean...?  

The wheels look blurred
The wheels look static
The wheels look like they are going backwards

Slow shutter speeds mean you run the risk of...?   (tick all that apply)  

"Peak Action" is...?  

When a dancer is starting to jump
The critical moment in a scene
Action at the top of a mountain
When an athlete is moving fast

Taking lots of shots in the hope something comes out is called?  

Need for Speed
Shoot and Hope
Fire in the Hole
Shoot for Sure
Spray and Pray

Fast moving objects close to the camera look like they are going slower  


To "Freeze" a fast moving object you need  

A long lens
A tripod
A fast shutter speed
A slow shutter speed

"Image Stabilisation" is...  

A means of holding the camera to prevent camera shake
A function on your camera or lens to compensate for camera shake
A method for panning with moving objects
A way of getting sharp focus on moving objects

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