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Arts by Anonymous 2019-12-09 11:03:02

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1. What is frontlighting? What is one disadvantage to frontlighting? 2. What advantages does strobe lighting have over continuous lighting? 3. How can the time of day affect an outdoor photograph? 4. What are continuous lights? What advantages and disadvantages do they have? 5. What is a softbox? Why do photographers use a softbox? 6. Why do photographers use umbrellas? What benefits do they offer? 7. Why is it important to use artificial lighting for most indoor portraits? 8. What do you think is the most challenging aspect of working with light in photography? How can you try to reduce this challenge? 9. Have you ever taken a photograph or had your photograph taken in a studio? What was the experience like? How did lighting play a role in the photograph? 10. What tips or techniques should you keep in mind when shooting photographs on a rainy day? Do you think you’d like to photograph in the rain? Why or why not?

Arts by Anonymous 2019-12-09 10:41:02

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roman tuscan order was part of which greek order -doric -lonic -corinthian

Arts by Anonymous 2019-12-09 10:10:02

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Infer the central point of an argument is the claim, or proposition. what is king's claim in this speech? what evidence does he cite to support his claim?

Arts by Anonymous 2019-12-09 09:34:02

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How did Michelangelo paint the frescoes of the Sistine Chapel? a. He separated them by character. b. He painted them as a narrative story. c. The frescoes are individual and not related to any others. d. none of the above

Arts by Anonymous 2019-12-09 09:09:02

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The timbre of a piano tone played backwards will sound more likely an organ than a piano because the tone chroma is higher when played backwards. the tone's original decay has become the attack, and vice versa the tone height is decreased when played backwards. two middle harmonics are eliminated when played backwards.