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1. Which part of a camera is used in focusing the light from the
A. view finder B. lens
C. shutter D. light tight box
2. Which kind of lights have wave lengths 30 -400?
A. Ultraviolet light B. Visible light
C. X-ray D. Infrared light
3. The Fish –eye lens is a special type of camera having a view angle
A. 60 degrees B. 180 degrees
C. 90 degrees D. 360 degrees
4. What Lens is characterized by a thicker center and thinner sides?
A. concave lens B. convex lens
C. negative lens D. positive lens
5. The following are the essential parts of the camera EXCEPT:
A. Light Tight Box B. Lens
C. Tripod D. Shutter
6. These are the components of a black and white film, EXCEPT:
A. Emulsion B. Gelatin
C. Anti halation backing D. Base
7. What film is sensitive to all colors, EXCEPT RED.
A. Orthochromatic film B. Panchromatic film
C. Chromatic film D. Apochromatic film
8. What is the positive result of the process of photography.
A. Photograph B. Film
C. Cellulose D. Negative Film
9. What emulsion speed indicator is express in an arithmetic form?
10. What photo paper is ideal to be used in a normal exposed film?
A. # 1 B. # 3
C. # 2 D. # 4

11. The circular “dome-like” image –

A. curvature of field B. spherical aberration
C. chromatic aberration D. coma
12. Otherwise known as the coherent light.
A. Infrared light B. Laser light
C. Visible light D. Ultraviolet light
13. When was the birth year of photography?
A. 1939 B. 1839
C. 1793 D. 1893
14. A type of film that is sensitive to all colors.
A. Infrared film B. Orthochromatic film
C. Panchromatic film D. Chromatic film
15. A systematic arrangement of colors to give a pleasant effect.
A. color perception B. color sensitivity
C. color accuracy D. color harmony
16. This type of camera will eliminate parallax error.
A. Single Lens Reflex B. Twin Lens Reflex
C. View finder type D. View or press camera
17. What country is the first who use photograph of crime scene in
court presentation?
A. Germany B. US
C. Philippines D. France
18. A lens with a focal length of less than the diagonal of its
negative material.
A. telephoto lens B. long lens
C. normal lens D. wide angle lens
19. If a camera lens has a fixed focal length of 50mm. such lens is
A. Focusing Lens B. Normal Lens
C. Wide lens D. Zoom lens
20. In crime scene photography, what view tends to show the extent
damage on the subject?
A. General View B. Medium View
C. Close-up shot D. Extreme Close-up shot

21. It is a lighting condition where object in open space cost a deep

and uniform or distinct shadow.
A. Bright sunlight B. Hazy sunlight
C. Dull sunlight D. Cloudy dull
22. The appearance of the original will come out and such result is
known as the?
A. Film B. Negative
C. Photograph D. Picture
23. The bending of light around an object gives rise to the
phenomenon called
A. Attraction B. Diffraction
C. Light Curve D. Light fingerprint
24. The simplest camera is a ___, which consists of a box with a small
hole in one of its sides.
A. Camera obscura B. Fixed focus camera    
C. Pinhole camera      D. Nikkon camera 
25. This means by which the object distance is estimated or calculated
to from sharp images
A. Angle of View B. Depth of Focus
C. Focus D. Focal Length
26. This type of camera will eliminate the parallax error and it will
work well with all lenses.
A. Twin reflex type B. View or press camera type
C. View finder type D. Single lens reflex type
27. What is considered as the utmost used of photography in police
A. For identification B. For preservation
C. For record purpose D. For court presentation
28. What is that process of eliminating unwanted portions of a negative
during enlarging process?
A. Dodging B. Burning-In
C. Vignetting D. Cropping
29. What kind of diaphragm opening should a photographer used in order
to get a wider depth of field?
A. wider B. shorter
C. smaller D. Longer
30. What type of a camera is ideal to police photography?
A. View Finder Type B. Single Lens Reflex
C. Twin Lens Reflex D. Press/View Camera

31. While the exposed film is not yet developed, the image recorder is
technical referred to as:
A. Inverted image B. Negative image
C. Latent image D. Positive image
32. A lens defect that can affect resolution and clarity, making it
hard to obtain sharp images.
A. curvature of field B. spherical aberration
C. chromatic aberration D. coma
33. One the part of the film holder of the camera that usually houses
the film cartridge.
A. sprocket B. locking catch
C. guide roller D. cavity
34. Refers to the process of taking pictures with the use of
A. Photomacrography B. Macrophotography
C. Microphotography D. Photomicrography
35. It refers to the lens which forms a real image on the opposite side
of the lens.
A. Concave B. Positive
C. Convex D. Negative
36. What is referred to the effective length of time a camera’s shutter
is open?
A. Diaphragm opening B. Shutter
C. Shutter speed D. Emulsion speed
37. This is attach to the shutter to prevent accidental movement of the
camera during the exposure period.
A. Tripod B. Cable release
C. Light meter D. Extinction meter
38. It is used in chemical analysis and in curing and hardening of
different items for industrial purposes.
A. long wave UV B. medium wave UV
C. short wave UV D. ultraviolet rays
39. Refers to the range of illumination or the light allowed to affect
the sensitized material at a given time.
A. Exposure B. Aperture
C. Shutter D. Shutter speed
40. The distance between the nearest and the farthest object in
apparent sharp focus when the lens is focused at a given point.
A. Angle of view B. Focal Length
C. Depth of Field D. Focus

41. The science or art of obtaining images in scientific materials by

the action of electro magnetic radiation rays.
A. Polygraphy B. Dactyloscopy
C. Photography D. Chemistry
42. The study of the fundamentals of photography, its application to
police work and the preparation of photographic evidence:
A. Cinematography B. Photograph
C. Forensic photography D. Photography
43. This part of a camera is used to allow light to enter through the
lens for a predetermined time interval.
A. shutter B. holder of sensitized material
C. view finder D. lens
44. Which of the following supports the entire unit of the enlarger,
which usually holds the easel that carries the photographic paper?
A. Focusing mechanism B. Baseboard
C. Condenser lenses D. Elevating control knob
45. In the additive color mixture process combining the color blue and
green will produce cyan. What is the complementary color of blue?
A. yellow B. cyan
C. magenta D. Green
46. It is the ability of an object to convert one wavelength to another
as long as the active energy source is irradiating the object.
A. Fluorescence B. Phosphorescence
C. Luminescence D. Interference
47. Objects that allow sufficient visible light to pass through them
that the object on the other side may be clearly seen.
A. Transparent B. Translucent
C. Opaque D. Filter
48. Its actions starts from one side and closes on the opposite side
with amore faster shutter speed. The statement is referring to:
A. central shutter B. leaf shutter
C. focal plane shutter D. between the lens shutter
49. William Fox Talbot invented what particular object which uses a
paper impregnated with light sensitive compounds.
A. Calotype B. wet plate
C. Daguerreotype D. Camera Obscura
50. These are made of plastic material support the emulsion layer, it
is particularly known as the base which can be found on the:
A. base B. film
C. anti-halation backing D. gray
1. A British scientist who made the first miniature cameras, the so-
called “mouse trap” cameras.
A. Joseph Nicephore Niepce B. Louis Jacques Mande Daguerre
C. Willian Henry Fox Talbot D. Sir John Herschel
2. The result of his work was, images were fragile to the touch and
needed to be protected under glass, but were capable of recording the
finest detail.
A. Joseph Nicephore Niepce B. Sir John Herschel
C. Louis Jacques Mande Daguerre D. Willian Henry Fox Talbot
3. The word Photography was coined by _____?
A. John F. W. Herschel B. Louis Jacques Mande Daguerre
C. Henry Fox Talbot D. Leonardo Da Vinci
4. A distance at which lens of a camera is focused with a given
particular diaphragm opening which will give the maximum depth of field
A. Focal distance B. subject distances
C. hyper focal distance D. focal length
5. A type of a lens that would make an object to be exaggeratedly
closes to the photographer and is ideal in stake out surveillance
A. Short Focus Lens B. Telephoto Lens
C. Normal Focus Lens D. Wide Angle Lens
6. In addition to legal medicine, as prober, how can you preserve
perishable evidence like injuries, contusions, hematoma, etc?
A. Recording B. Sketching
C. Photography D. Listing
7. In crime scene photography, what view tends to show the four angles
of the possible entrance and exit point of the suspect?
A. General View B. Medium View
C. Close-up shot D. Extreme Close-up shot
8. In photography, what determines how effectively a moving object can
be stopped, that is, how sharply it can be reproduced without blurring,
or streaking in the final image?
A. Focus B. Shutter speed
C. Aperture D. Lens
9. Is that part of the camera which controls the passage of light
reaching the sensitized material? It compared to the eyelid of the
human eye.
A. Lens B. Shutter
C. Lens Opening D. Film Plane
10. It enables the law enforcement investigator to record the visible
and in many cases, the invisible evidence found at the crime scene.
A. Photography B. Police photography
C. Photographic Evidence D. Photograph

11. It is the range in front of and behind a sharply focused subject in

which details also look sharp in the final photographic image.
A. Focus B. Depth of field
C. Camera trick D. Aperture
12. Lens aberration in which light of different wavelength is focused
at different distances behind the lens. It can be corrected by
combining different types of glass lens.
A. astigmatism B. chromatic aberration
C. spherical aberration D. coma
13. Light rays from the subject on the lens axis passing through off-
center areas of the lens focus at different distances from the light
rays that pass directly through the center of the lens.
A. astigmatism B. chromatic aberration
C. spherical aberration D. coma
14. One of the recent advancements of photography is in the use of
laser. With laser, one is able to produce a three dimensional
photograph called:
A. Ektogram B. Monogram
C. Photogram D. Hologram
15. The changes in direction of light are conclusive whenever light
process from one medium to another. This is known as the phenomenon of
A. reflection B. Diffraction
C. Transparent D. Refraction
16. The process of obtaining a magnified photograph of a small object
without the use of a microscope, by using a short focus lens and a long
bellow extension.
A. macrophotography B. microphotography
C. photomicrography D. photomicrography
17. The science of obtaining photographic magnification of minute
objects by using a camera attached to a compound microscope. The camera
lens is removed because the microscope because the microscope form the
A. macrophotography B. microphotography
C. photomicrography D. photomicrography
18. The science which deals with the study of the principles of
photography, the preparation of photographic evidence and its
application to police work.
A. Forensic Photography B. Police Photography
C. Photography D. Photograph
19. What is the range of distance from the nearest object to the
farthest object that is sharp when the lens is set or focused at a
particular distance?
A. Local length B. Depth of field
C. Hyperfocal distance D. Focusing
20. All practical lens images such as point a small blur which changes
in character with the change of lens aperture. The statement best
A. Diaphragm as a controller of depth of field
B. Diaphragm as a controller of speed
C. Diaphragm as a controller of definition
D. Aperture

21. The highest the number is the smallest the opening or the one that
gives the least amount of light. The statement best describe:
A. Diaphragm as a controller of depth of field
B. Diaphragm as a controller of speed
C. Diaphragm as a controller of definition
D. aperture
22. The person that first advocate the use of the photography for the
identification of criminals and the documentation of evidences and
crime scene.
A. Baltazard B. Herschel
C. Odelbercht D. Maddox
23. It is known as the fundamental characteristics of a lens that will
determine the size of an image and area of coverage of the lens. The
statement is referring to:
A. aperture B. focal length
C. lens mechanism D. shutter
24. In photography using microprism, the image on focus will usually
shatter of an out of focus image and when it is exactly in focus the
prisms seems to disappear. These microprisms are primarily found on:
A. lens B. filter
C. viewfinder D. groundglass
25. A type of camera in which the lens and shutter mounted to body by
means of an accordion-pleated bellows, which can be folded into camera
foe ease of carrying.
A. accordion camera B. folding camera
C. bellowed camera D. SLR
26. The part of the DSLR that converts the light into electrical signal
as the start of forming digital images.
A. charged-coupled device B. digital signal processor
C. analogue-to-digital converter D. Central processing unit
27. This results in star images near the outer edge of the viewing
field seeming to have comet-style tails scattering radially away from
its optical axis.
A. coma B. positive coma
C. aberration D. negative coma
28. It is caused by lens dispersion, with different colors of light
travelling at different speeds while passing through a lens.
A. curvature of field B. spherical aberration
C. chromatic aberration D. coma
29. This results in star images near the outer edge of the viewing
field seeming to have comet-style tails scattering radially towards its
optical axis.
A. coma B. positive coma
C. aberration D. negative coma
30. A device made of thin overlapping metal leaves within a lens or
camera which can be adjusted to specific apertures of f-stops to
control the amount of light that strikes the film.
A. shutter B. diaphragm
C. aperture D. diaphragm opening

31. It is believed that the word lens was derived from the Latin name
of the lentil, because a double-convex lens is lentil-shaped. In fact
the most eaten specie of the of this plant is –
A. lentil B. lens
C. lens culinaris D. lens polinaris
32. This effect causes images to be spherized, which means the edges of
images look curved and bowed to the human eye.
A. pincushion distortion B. spherical aberration
C. barrel distortion D. wavy field curvature
33. A camera that uses lens and spring-loading shutter and roll film.
Shutter speed and aperture usually not adjustable.
A. accordion camera B. folding camera
C. bellowed camera D. box camera
34. The absence of all colors is black; white light is composed of the
three primary colors – blue, green and red. What is the sum total of
all colors of the rainbow?
A. Visible light B. Light
C. White light D. Rays
35. To have a more sharp image flash exposure is encouraged and it can
be computed. What if the guide number is 220 in a distance of 10 ft
what will be the exact aperture?
A. f11 B. f22
C. f5.6 D. f8
36. Modern photographic papers are basically composed of a light
sensitive coating on a paper base which particularly suspended on what
A. emulsion B. silver halides
C. bromide D. gelatin
37. In 1947 Edwin H. Land introduced the one step photography also
known as polariod. What will be produce by LASER?
A. Polaroid B. Holograms
C. Digital Camera D. DSLR
38. What will be the lighting condition if you are going to take a
photograph using a film speed of ISO 200 and a shutter speed of 1/250
with an aperture of f8?
A. bright B. hazy
C. dull D. open light
1. Nardo B. Hart was on to a special photography using a film that was
sensitive to UV radiation and primary colors. Mr. Hart was using what
type of film?
A. Panchromatic film B. Blue sensitive film
C. Ultra violet film D. orthochromatic film
2. The photographer in crime scene investigation has to get as many
photographs as he can. The first shot that he should make just after
reaching the crime scene is the house where the crime of murder was
committed to one of its ten rooms. In getting the façade of the house,
what lens should he utilize?
A. telephoto lens B. macro lens
C. normal lens D. wide angel lens
3. When photographing the corpse in the scene, several pictures of the
conditions at the time of discovery including the environment of the
corpse must be taken from various photographic directions in order to:
A. Show whether there is any evidence of struggle and try to show
what happen inside prior to the crime
B. Show when photographing the general conditions as being
deformed as a whole, photograph the damage parts and consider the
range partly clearly
C. Take close-up shots on the damaged area in two angles from
distance of 8 to 10 feet
D. Photographs general view of the building, look into windows, and
4. A black and white films posses several characteristics such as
speed, spectral and granularity. The speed will be referring to the
sensitivity of the film to light, granularity is the graininess and the
spectral is the sensitivity to:
A. spectrum B. wavelength
C. electromagnetic energy D. all of these
5. In outdoor photography, there will some instance that the presence
of light is too much that produces a dilemma to the photographer. What
do you think is the best way to do?
A. find another subject
B. use a much smaller lens opening
C. use a flash unit
D. move the subject into a well lighted position
6. Carlo Balita was taking a snap shot and expecting it to be sharp but
an alteration happened to the expected image because it can be seen in
two viewpoints. What is that phenomenon?
A. out of focus B. underexposure
C. parallax D. split image
7. PO3 CENON with his team conducted a thorough stakeout of a certain
building in Olympics II. In order to document all the movements of
their subjects, they applied the principles of photography with the aid
of what particular lens mechanism?
A. wide angle lens B. zoom lens
C. telephoto lens D. fish eye lens
8. In the modernization of the photography, DSLR camera almost
dominated the market because of its great features that are very useful
in commercial photo shoots. What do DSLR means?
A. Double system reflex camera B. Dual Single reflex camera
C. Digital System reflex camera D. Digital Single reflex camera
9. What is the timing of the camera shutter and the flash so that when
the shutter is fully opened, that’s the time that the flash will yield
its highest peaks of illumination called?
A. bounce flash B. synx
C. on camera flash D. synchronization