If you like to take an occasional walk on the wild side, you may want some action photos to help you remember the thrills. Take great action photos by using the proper camera equipment and settings. Take this quiz to learn more about taking action photos.
What is adventure photography all about?
Which is an adventure photograph?
lying on a beach towel
catching a wave
standing next to your big catch
How can you step up your photo equipment?
single-lens reflex camera
single-lens reflex camera with special lenses
Which lens can expand your perspective?
midrange telephoto zoom
What lens can give you longer range?
midrange telephoto zoom lens
What shutter speed should you use to freeze action in time?
What aperture setting is the widest?
Why would a photographer intentionally blur a photo?
to stop the action
to illustrate speed
to catch the peak action
What type of camera is safe for filming around water or snow?
When filming in very cold locations, where should you store your batteries and camera when they are not in use?
in your suitcase
in your jacket close to your body
How should you adjust the f/stop for snow pictures on an overcast day?
underexpose by two f/stops
overexpose by two f/stops
What is the best stance for snow shots?
How can you give emphasis to snow sprays in photos?
shoot towards the sun
How does a monopod differ from a tripod?
What should you do if you drop your camera in salt water?
soak the camera in fresh water
get it to the repair shop
What is a low light situation?
What camera setting will let in lots of light?
slow shutter speed or larger aperture
fast shutter speed or larger aperture
slow shutter speed or smaller aperture
What does a shutter speed of 1/1000 mean?
1/1000th of a second
1/1000th of a minute
1/1000th of a hour
What is a borderline shutter speed for a still photograph?
What setting determines the sharpness of your photographs?