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Multiple Choice



This activity contains 10 questions.

Question 1.
The method of photography that first allowed families in the U.S. and Europe to collect photos of themselves was:


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Question 2.
The earliest form of a camera, consisting of a large dark chamber with a lens opening through which an image is projected onto the opposite surface in its natural colors, is called a:


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Question 3.
The __________ of a camera controls the amount of light entering the camera.


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Question 4.
Exposed and developed print film is referred to as a


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Question 5.
_______________ was an early crusader for photography in his/her Gallery 291.


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Question 6.
__________________ is credited with introducing the concept of the photo essay.


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Question 7.
_______________ used photographs to increase public awareness of the beauty of nature in his/her photos of national parks.


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Question 8.
_______________ invented the Polaroid camera.


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Question 9.
The ___________ of a camera controls the amount of time that light may enter the camera.


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Question 10.
The light sensitive coating on film is called the ______________.


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