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Emits own light eg: light globe, sun
Does not emit own light eg. moon, person
An object undergoing constant acceleration has a_velocity graph
to bounce off an object, such as when a light wave strikes an object
All light passes through; can see through clearly eg. glass
a type of material that scatters light as it passes through it
impossible to see through; preventing the passage of light
a wave strikes a boundary and bounces back
Type of reflection when light bounces off a smooth surface; produces a clear image
reflection off of rough surfaces
A line drawn at right angles to the reflecting surface at the point where the incidence ray hits; All angles are measured from here
Which angle is this?
Non-polar covalent bond has an _______ sharing of electrons
..., a copy of an object formed by reflected or refracted rays of light
If an image appears bigger than the object
If an image appears smaller than the object
When an image appears altered in shape
When an image appears the wrong way round
For mirrors, when is M positive?
For mirrors, when is M negative?
When an image can be projected onto a screen
What kind of image does a plane mirror produce?
A mirror whose rays will be reflected and diverge away from each other
A mirror whose rays will be reflected and converge to a focus
a wave is bent due to a change in speed
When light enters a more dense material it bends AWAY/TOWARDS the normal
2.rule of refraction continued
what color spore print does a shitake mushroom have
An object appears a colour because it ASBORBS/REFLECTS that colour light
An object is seen as red when it reflects this colour
The first letters of the colours which make up the light spectrum
An object will appear this colour if it absorbs all colours of light
Tthis secondary colour is produced by mixing red and blue light
This secondary colour is produced by mixing green and blue light
muscular diaphragm that controls the size of the pupil
In a dark room the iris CONTRACTS/RELAXES to let as much light in as possible
Clear, transparent surface where most of the bending (refraction) occurs.
...a curved piece of glass or other transparent material that refracts light.
A hole in the iris through which light passes
Clear, watery liquid behind the cornea
Adjusts the shape of the lens, depending on how far away the object we are trying to focus on is.
Jelly like substance filling the back part of the eye
innermost layer that perceives and transmits light to the optic nerve
Light receptor cells that detect the brightness of light
Light receptor cells that detect colour
Sends signals to your brain from the retina
Jump causes a _______ around the segment line
Concave on both sides
Convex on both sides
Object that softens or lessens the intensity of a light
Opaque sheet of plastic used to diffuse light
Changes the color of light without changing the color temperature
Switch used to raise or lower the intensity of light
Collapsible reflective object commonly used on photography shoots to diffuse light
Metallic wire mesh placed over a lamp to diffuse light
Shiny, metallic, mirror-like accessory that reflects light onto a subject
Collapsible white panel used to reflect light on a subject; can be a poster or wall
Metal flap that mounts to the side of a lighting instrument to shape light
Metal housing for a lamp
Accessory with metal flaps, used to shape light
Lighting set-up ideal for one subject
2 diffused hard lights, 2 soft lights
Ellipsoidal Reflector Spotlight
Also known as the Profile Spot; type of hard light used in filmmaking
Brightest source of illumination
Wide, large light used for soft lighting
Hard light that has a screw attachment for barn doors
Placed opposite of the Key Light
Soft light that requires a heavy light stand because of its size and weight
Specific type of scoop or flood light, used to create soft lighting
Creates a halo effect on the subject
Small, focused light used for hard lighting; creates a directional beam
Small, rectangular light that creates hard light and has a clip for a flag attachment
Cross Key Lighting
2 hard lights, 2 soft lights
Casts distinct shadows
Casts indistinct shadows
Changing the color temperature to reflect 3200K
Used in "comedy" movies
Changing the color temperature to reflect 10000K
Used in "film noir" movies
Size of a light source and the distance between the light source and the subject
Kelvin Color Temperature Scale
Measurement of the various shades of light
A material that transmits light without scattering it.
A material that scatters light as it passes through.
A material that reflects or absorbs all of the light that strikes it.
Pure or fundamental colors (red, yellow, and blue) that cannot be created by combining other colors.
Any two colors that combine to form white light or black pigment.
A colored substance used to color other materials.
..., a straight line extending from a point, used to show how light reflects
..., Reflection that occurs when parallel rays of light hit a smooth surface and all reflect at the same angle
if a surface is rough, the reflected light is sent out in a variety of directions
..., A flat mirror that produces an upright, virtual image the same size as the object
a reflected optical image; see "inverted image"
..., a mirror with a surface that curves inward
..., an imaginary line that divides a mirror in half
..., the point at which light rays parallel to the optical axis meet when reflected or refracted
`, an image of an object formed by light rays that actually come together at a specific location
..., a mirror with a surface that curves outward
index of refraction
..., a measure of the amount a ray of light bends when it passes from one medium to another
An image of a distant object caused by refraction of light as it travels through air of varying temperature.
..., a lens that is thicker in the middle than at the edges
..., a lens that is thinner in the middle than at the edges
A condition that causes a person to see distant object as blurry.
A condition that causes a person to see nearby objects as blurry.
An optical instrument for making distant objects appear larger and therefore nearer.
A telescope that uses a converging lens to collect light
A lens that gathers light from an object and forms a real image.
A lens that magnifies the image formed by the objective.
A telescope constructed of a larger objective mirror called a primary
An optical instrument that forms enlarged images of tiny objects.
An optical instrument that uses lenses to focus light, and film to record and image of an object.
A device that produces a narrow beam of coherent light.
A three-dimensional photograph created using lasers.
A long, thin strand of glass or plastic that can carry light for long distances without allowing the light to escape.
Total Internal Reflection
Sin(critical angle)= n2/n1