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    Photography - Definition Match -- myVocabulary.com

    Directions: Please MATCH the Photography vocabulary words numbered in the left hand column with the proper definitions of the 17 words in letters "A to Q" in the right hand column. Use the pull down "Select" bar to choose the correct letter match for Photography vocabulary.
    When you hit "Submit", you will get back the correct answers as well as the percentage score for how many questions you answered correctly about Photography .
    Clue: These vocabulary words come from Photography activities ad worksheets. In addition to this Definition Match exercise, www.myvocabulary.com also includes an Interactive Puzzle, Fill-in-the-Blanks, Word Find, Crossword, Synonym/Antonym Encounter, True/False exercise and will have a Concentration activity with these same 17 vocabulary words for Photography.
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    Word List
     
    1) light
    2) expose
    3) sensitize
    4) aperture
    5) opaque
    6) blur
    7) process
    8) negative
    9) composition
    10) develop
    11) focus
    12) illuminate
    13) lens
    14) emulsion
    15) reflection
    16) reproducible
    17) transparent
    Definition List
     
    A)  An opening, as a hole or gap, usually circular, that limits the quantity of light that enters a camera (noun)
    B)  To obscure or make indistinct, as by smearing or staining; to smudge (verb)
    C)  Arrangement or combination of parts; the makeup; the nature of something (noun)
    D)  To treat an exposed film with chemicals to make the latent image visible (verb)
    E)  Photosensitive layer of silver halide thinly applied to one surface of the photographic film (noun)
    F)  To subject a photographic film, paper or plate to the action of light; to lay open to danger or harm (verb)
    G)  To concentrate; to adjust (a lens) to produce a clear image
    H)  Having the property of sending light so that visibility occurs; easily detected or seen; clear (adjective)
    I)  To supply or brighten with light; to clarify (verb)
    J)  A substance like glass with two opposite surfaces in an optical instrument that forms an image (noun)
    K)  Something that makes vision possible; a particular illumination (noun)
    L)  Having the light and dark parts in nearly inverse order to the original photographic subject; marked by denial or refusal; not positive; less than zero (adjective)
    M)  Showing obscurity; not exhibiting radiant energy (as light): shaded (adjective)
    N)  To treat, prepare or convert by special treatment (verb)
    O)  The showing of an image in the manner of a mirror; the casting back of light after striking a surface (noun)
    P)  Something that can be duplicated again; producing a copy or close imitation of (noun)
    Q)  To make a film or plate become especially responsive to certain agents, as rays of light (verb)