Media Studies / TV Production Crossword Puzzle

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QUESTIONS LIST: jpeg: this file format is the most common kind of image out there. very compressed. , photoshop: adobe's photo editing software , lossy: file formats that throw away information (opposite of lossless). , illustrator: the vector illustration software , thirds: "rule of _ ;" breaks the image into chunks of thirds, focus: this determines what is sharp and what is blurry, kelvin: white balance is measured in on this temperature scale, daylight: 5400-5600 kelvin, very blue/white... like outside... , tungsten: 3200-3600 kelvin, very orange... the filament of an old school lightbulb.., focallength: the length of the lens, always measured in millimeters (two words, no space), lemon: a sweet and sour fruit, lens: attaches to the camera body and allows light to be controlled & focused, iso: controls the camera's sensor's sensitivity to light, raw: this file format does not compress the image at all. , aperture: the size of the opening in the lens, lossless: file formats that do not throw information away (opposite of lossy). , shutterspeed: how long the shutter stays open (two words, no space), landscape: a photograph of scenery, usually without people, portrait: a photograph of a person (or animal)