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Adobe Photoshop Tools And Commands

Subject : it-skills
Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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  • Match each statement with the correct term.
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This is a study tool. The 3 wrong answers for each question are randomly chosen from answers to other questions. So, you might find at times the answers obvious, but you will see it re-enforces your understanding as you take the test each time.
1. The 2 numbers at the bottom of the status bar mean indicate the size of the __________






2. A variation on the arrangement and visibility of layers






3. A mask that can be added to specific layers rather than all the layers below






4. Paint with a predefined pattern






5. Protects parts of your selection you dont want edited






6. Adds to mask






7. RGB - alpha (gray scale)






8. This action allows editors to merge different layers of changes and combine them into a single layer






9. Perserve earlier states of your work






10. The 'f' icon at the bottom of the layer palette - that applies things like outer glow - drop shadow and color overlay






11. Chemical used in photograph development. something similar used in quick mask mode






12. Automatically finds and extracts the background from an image






13. Area you take pixels from






14. The bottom-most layer in an image - usually containing the image data.






15. Blends pixels from a source area with a target area






16. Select areas by hand






17. Creating an identical copy of an image






18. When you save a mask selection - where is it stored?






19. Creating a 'hole' in the layer to see the layer below






20. Color You Apply With A Paint Or Edit Tool






21. Makes things fade






22. Part of an image






23. Amount of pixels






24. Search files to be edited withing photoshop






25. How much you can see through a layer






26. Holding down shift while using the crop button keeps the ____________






27. Lists information about mouse's coordinates on the screen - colors of pixels under the mouse - etc....






28. To edit an image repeatedly without making a permanet change to the colors or tonal range






29. Turns all layers into one - locked - background layer. saves space






30. Sets display closer or further away from picture






31. Shows list of previous actions






32. Controls how objects blend with objects on layers below






33. Randomness






34. Selections of a similar color






35. Selects a color within an image to be used by the brush






36. Brightness






37. Erases pixels of the same color.






38. This action allows editors to merge different layers of changes and combine them into a single layer






39. Copy pixels from a source area to a new area






40. An image created by using a series of mathematically defined lines and curves rather than pixels - making the image easier to rescale; also called draw- type graphics; images do not lose quality when resized; can typically be edited






41. force foreground - force background - etc...






42. Selection tool used to select square or rectangular areas






43. _________ allows fixing mistakes using your redit history - uses info from the history palette






44. Saved shapes that are able to be reused






45. Predominant tone of a color.






46. Creates colors that are darker than the original clors






47. Lets you view your layers






48. Makes layers snap to a position while moving






49. Two techniques for ___________________ - to select the layer you paint on - to create a new layer and then group it within the previous






50. Like layers work in the same way in that you can see through them but they don't change anything actually below them. So you can apply an adjustment (such as hue/saturation changes) on a transparency/layer and it will become an adjustment layer.