#1. Which camera company uses the slogan “Value from Innovation”?
#2. This photograph is the oldest surviving photograph in the world, who took it?
#3. Which one of our very own members took this photograph?
#4. Which one of these photos is the most ‘liked’ photo on Instagram?
#5. Joe Rosenthal won a Pulitzer Prize for a photograph he took in 1945, what was the photograph of?
#6. “Camera Obscura” comes from the Italian language, but what does it mean?
#7. Which GPS member took this photograph?
#8. Which one of these photographers famously ‘discovered’ supermodel Kate Moss?
#9. What does the ‘L’ in SLR stand for?
#10. Which camera manufacturer released the first full-frame Mirrorless ILC camera?
#11. George Eastman and Henry Strong founded which company?
#12. Henri Cartier-Bresson was a famous French photographer, what did he look like?
#13. Which one of our members took this?
#14. If you were to change your ISO from 100 to 800, but keep all other exposure settings the same, which one of the following statements would be accurate?
#15. Which one of these is a prime lens?
#16. Whose work was discovered in a storage unit after her death? She was a nanny during her career and never saw fame during her lifetime.
#17. In Photoshop, what tool does this icon represent?
#18. Which of these best describes this camera?
#19. Who took this photo?
#20. Steve McCurry took which one of these iconic photographs?
#21. What music star and photographer took a photograph of the Queen in 2002 that was used on the Canadian postage stamp?
#22. Which camera company released the first consumer D-SLR?
#23. Which British inventor patented the Calotype photographic process?
#24. “You Press the Button, We Do the Rest” was an advertising campaign by which company?
#25. Who took this famous set of photographs of David Bowie?
#26. Who hosts ‘The Art of Photography’ podcasts and YouTube videos?
#27. When did Polaroid release its first instant camera?
#28. Which of our members took this photo?
#29. Who is credited with taking the first colour photograph?
#30. Which one of these photos was NOT taken by David Bailey?
#31. In what year was “selfie” was named word of the year by Oxford Dictionaries?
#32. Who took this famous photograph?
#33. The word “bokeh”comes from what language?
#34. Who took this picture?
#35. Which aperture would produce an image with a shallower depth of field?
#36. When was the first Nikon F mount lens released?
#37. Photokina is a photography show held every 2 years in which European country?
#38. This is an example of what?
#39. Which Japanese camera company founded in 1919 was originally called Takachiho Seisakusho?
#40. Heather Angel is know for what?
#41. Lightroom is a programme by which software company?
#42. The “Tv” setting on Canon cameras is better known as what on other cameras?
#43. You would use the C-41 process to develop what?
#44. Who took this picture?
#45. If you set your White Balance to “tungsten” and took a photo in daylight, your image would appear more…
#46. Leica released a limited edition camera in honour of which rock star come photographer?
#47. Who was the first British monarch to be photographed?
#48. The word “photo” comes from the Greek word meaning what?
#49. Who took this photo?
#50. Grimsby Photographic Society was founded in what year?