PERSONAL INFORMATION

PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

POP QUIZ

Do you have a smart phone?

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Do you have high-speed Internet access?

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Do you own a reliable car?

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Do you prefer to shoot in auto-mode over manual mode?

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Do you own a full-frame Canon or Nikon body?

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Have you worked for other real estate photography companies?

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Are you willing to sign a 12 month non-compete agreement with Fotosold that ONLY applies to real estate photography?

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Have you ever been convicted of any offense or crime?

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Are you interested in part-time employment?

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Are you interested in full-time employment?

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You're taking a picture in Manual mode at f/11, ISO 500, and a shutter speed of 1/125 second. The image on your properly calibrated screen appears too bright. How would you take a darker exposure without changing the depth-of-field, and without potentially adding noise to the image?

If you’re shooting at an aperture of f/14, would changing to the aperture of f/10 increase or decrease your aperture? Would it increase or decrease your depth of field?

If you’re trying to measure the light of your entire field of view, what type of metering would you use? Evaluative (or Matrix), center-weighted, or spot metering?

If you’re taking a picture outdoors, and the trees in your field of view are swaying from 13 mph wind gusts, what setting should you alter to stop the motion of the trees? WiIl the scene be brighter or darker after you make that (only one) adjustment? How do you compensate with a second adjustment if your depth of field must remain the same?