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HOLY CHILD COLLEGES OF BUTUAN

COLLEGE OF CRIMINOLOGY
1ST SEMESTER 2014-2015
MIDTERM EXAMINATION
CRI 026
POLICE PHOTOGRAPHY
MULTIPLE CHOICE: Write the letter of the correct answer.
1. Parts of camera which is responsible for the image formation on the focal planea. Lens
c. Film holder
b. shutter
d. film
2. Contraption or device use to block the path of light passing through the lens and
exposing the sensitized materiala. Shutter
c. film
b. Camera
d. none of them
3. Which of the following is not a primary color?
a. Red
b. Blue
c. Yellow
d. Green
4. It is ideal for snapshot photography.
a. Box camera
c. Folding camera
b. Polaroid camera
d. Press camera
5. It delivers a finish print almost immediately after exposure, or instant photography.
a. Video camera
c. Digital camera
b. Polaroid camera
d. Photomicrographic camera
6. This words is used to describe photography at initial magnification on the negative
when the camera is used in connection with a microscope.
a. Video camera
c. Digital camera
b. Polaroid camera
d. Photomicrographic camera
7. It works almost exactly like conventional cameras, the ones that use film.
a. Video camera
c. Digital camera
b. Polaroid camera
d. Photomicrographic camera
8. The purpose of this particular camera is obviously to permit the identification expert
or police photographer to take photographs of fingerprints that have been developed
or found at the scene of a crime.
a. Fingerprint camera
c. View camera
b. 35mm SLR camera
d. Miniature camera
9. This group consists of a large variety of makes and models taking very small pictures.
a. Fingerprint camera
c. View camera
b. 35mm SLR camera
d. Miniature camera
10. It represents considerable advancement over the simple box camera but for most professional
use they are not satisfactory.
a. Box camera
c. Folding camera
b. Polaroid camera
d. Press camera
11. This camera is extensively used by the newspaper photographer.
a. Box camera
c. Folding camera
b. Polaroid camera
d. Press camera
12. This type of camera could not be held in the hand for operation.
a. Fingerprint camera
c. View camera
b. 35mm SLR camera
d. Miniature camera
13. This camera is small, compact ones that utilize the same type of film as is used in
Professional motion picture cameras.
a. Fingerprint camera
c. View camera
b. 35mm SLR camera
d. Miniature camera
14. Mechanical and chemical result of photography isa. Photograph
c. film
b. Print
d. filter

15. It is an art or science which deals with reproduction of images through the action of
lighta. Photography
c. Printed copy
b. Evidence
d. Microfilm
16. The light that produces the visible comes through the same lens as the light that will strike
the film.
a. Single lens reflex camera
c. Double lens reflex camera
b. Reflex camera
d. none of the above
17. The camera has two lenses, one above the other.
a. Single lens reflex camera
c. Double lens reflex camera
b. Reflex camera
d. none of the above
18. It is recording of the image that has been optically created
a. Light
c. Optical
b. Chemistry
d. None of the Above
19. It is the most essential ingredients in photography.
a. Light
c. Optical
b. Chemistry
d. None of the Above
20. The casing of the camera which holds the encloses the camera parts.
a. Body of the Camera
c. Self-Timer Lever
b. Flash Shoe
d. Shutter Speed Control
21. It is an art or science that deals with the reproduction of images through the action of light
upon sensitized materials with the aid of camera.
a. Photography
c. Police Photography
b. Forensic Photography
d. Photomicrography
22. It is the science which deals with the study of the principle of photography.
a. Photography
c. Police Photography
b. Forensic Photography
d. Photomicrography
23. The process of photographing or recording of crime scene or any objects for court
presentation.
a. Photography
c. Police Photography
b. Forensic Photography
d. Photomicrography
24. It is the photographing of object directly enlarges to the negative and magnified from 1 to 9x
up.
a. Photomacrography
c. Photomicrography
b. Infra-red Photography
d. Ultra-violet Photography
25. the art or process of photographing or recording unseen objects by means of infra-red and
infra-red light.
a. Photomacrography
c. Photomicrography
b. Infra-red Photography
d. Ultra-iviolet Photography
26. It draws the light into the camera and focuses it on the film plane.
a. Lens
c. Shutter
b. Aperture
d. Viewfinder
27. It open and closes to control the length of time light strikes the film.
a. Aperture
c. Lens
b. Shutter
d. Viewfinder
28. Located between or just behind the lens elements.
a. Focal plane shutter
c. Leaf shutter
b. Aperture
d. Flash shoe
29. Located in front of the film plane.
a. Focal plane shutter
c. Leaf shutter
b. Aperture
d. Flash shoe
30. The button that releases or "trips" the shutter mechanism.
a. Viewfinder
c. Self-timer
b. Film Advance Lever or Knob
d. Shutter Release
31.