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Media design

Guide Guides help you positions images or elements precisely. Guides appear as nonprinting lines that float over the image. You can move and remove guides. You can also lock them so that you don’t move them by accident.
Gutter In typography, the terms refers to the space between columns of type, usually determined by the number and the number and width of columns and the overall and the overall width of the area to be filled.
Halftone + Any image such as a photograph that exists as series of small dots of varying size and density, which serve to simulate the appearance of continuous gradations of tone. -
Halftone+ Halftones are necessary in the reproduction of photographic images; most printing press cannot print press cannot print continuous tones, so photographic images must first be converted to a series of dots in order to be effectively printed. -
Hierarchy A good design contains elements that lead the reader through each element in order of its significance. The type and images should be expressed starting from most important to the least.
Head The top of s book, page, or column. In typography, the term head is also an abbreviation for the term heading.
HSB Hue, saturation and brightness is a color model used to describe colors with three values.
Hue The primary value of a color and how the color the color red, green, blue, purple, etc. is perceived through the eye.
Invert Change the colors of an image or a layer mask to the opposite colors on the color wheel.
JPEG A common compression method that shrinks a file’s storage size by discarding non-important picture detail. Excessive JPEG compression can cause poor image quality.
Kerning In typography, the reduction of letter spacing between certain character combinations in older to reduce the space between them, performed for aesthetic reasons.
Layers+ Layers are like sheets of stacked acetate. You can see through transparent areas of a layer to the layers below. You move a layer to position the content on the layer, like sliding a sheet of acetate in a stack. You can also change the opacity of a layer
Layers + . They allow the user to assemble, organize and re-edit their artwork with ease. -
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