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QCM Learning Autopano

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  1. Around where do you have to rotate a camera to obtain a good panorama whatever the parallax:
    • The entrance pupil
    • The aperture of the diaphragm
    • The Hyperfocal
    • The shutter of the camera
  2. When is it important to know where the entrance pupil is?
    • With all lenses
    • Only with wide-angle lenses
    • Only with zoom lenses
    • Only with telephoto lenses
  3. How many entrance pupils are there in a zoom lens?
    • A very large, perhaps even infinite, number
    • As many as there are markings on the zoom lens
    • Two
    • One
  4. When you photograph a landscape with a lot of sky you must:
    • Correct vignetting before stitching your panorama
    • Close down the aperture as much as possible
    • Correct vignetting before stitching your panorama
  5. When you photograph a large panorama in JPG format you should use which exposure mode?
    • Manual
    • Program
    • Aperture priority
    • Exposure priority
  6. What percentage of overlap is "ideal" when you want to perfectly harmonise a sky?
    • At least 30%
    • At least 15%
    • At least 10%
    • At least 5%
  7. To make a multi-row panorama you need what kind of panoramic head for your camera?
    • Spherical
    • Cylindrical
  8. When do you absolutely need a panoramic head for your camera?
    • Only if there's no foreground to photograph
    • All the time
    • Only if there is a foreground
  9. You should always rotate the same amount between two photos
    • No
    • Yes
  10. Automatic white balance can be used:
    • Only if you work in RAW format
    • All the time
    • Only if you work in JPG format
  11. Distortion correction before stitching is:
    • Variabled and depends on each lens
    • Absolutely required
    • Never necessary, no matter the stitching application used
    • Only needed for pictures taken with a zoom lens
  12. Placing a horizon line where one wants in a panorama requires:
    • No tiltshift lens, but only certain stitching programs
    • A tiltshift lens
    • Any stitching program and a tiltshift lens
    • No tiltshift lens, just any stitching program
  13. When you scale an image down a lot in Photoshop (or another application), which mode should you use?
    • Bilinear
    • Nearest neighbour
    • Bicubic (sharper or smoother)
  14. When you want to stich together several images with numerous moving elements between shots you should use which final render mode?
    • Smartblend and multilayer PSD
    • Multiband and multilayer PSD
  15. Final renders in multilayer PSD or TIFF are useful for what?
    • To modify or correct little stitching faults in Photoshop
    • For changing geometric projections in Photoshop
    • For changing final colours
    • Nothing!