ANSWER KEY AND FEEDBACK
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Tilt head downward
Often when shooting portraits of persons with glasses, a fill light produces glare. Tilting
the head downward helps to eliminate these reflections by changing the angle at which
the light hits the glasses (page 5, para 6c).
Hats are not to be worn for indoor situations (page 3, para 3).
1/4" borders are considered standard unless otherwise specified (page 10, para 12a).
Portrait prints should have normal contrast regardless of their intended use. Normal
contrast is appropriate for viewing and reproduction (page 10, para 12d).