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PS Adjustment Layers

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ADJUSTMENTS Powerful tools in Photoshop that can enhance, repair, and correct the color and exposure in an image.
DIRECT ADJUSTMENTS menu options that permanently alter the contents of an image.
ADJUSTMENT LAYERS adjustments that are nondestructive and can be changed, deleted, or duplicated at any time
NON-DESCTRUCTIVE EDITING Changes to an image do not permanently alter the image data.
CLIPPING ADJUSTMENT Making an adjustment layer apply and effect only the layer(s) linked below it, instead of the entire image
HISTOGRAM a graph showing the pixel count of each tone in an image channel used to evaluate the brightness and contrast.
TONE the range of shades from lightest to the darkest part of an image
SHADOWS the darkest part of an image
MIDTONES the shades between light and dark
HIGHLIGHTS the lightest part of an image
CONTRAST the amount of difference between light and dark areas of an image.
HIGH CONTRAST an image that has more white and black with few or no middle gray tones.
LOW CONTRAST a image with tones in which highlights and shadows have very little difference, with a flat appearance
HIGH KEY a style of image lighting that consists primarily of white and light tones.
LOW KEY a style of image lighting that consists primarily of black and dark tones,
Created by: dmaww