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Photoshop terms

This is located at the top of the screen and contains all the main functions of Photoshop Menu Bar
Most of the major tools are located in this for easy access Toolbar
This will appear at the top of the image window when you open it. Image Name
This contains functions that help you monitor and modify images and are stacked together in groups Palettes
This displays the current foreground and background colors and RGB values for these colors. Color Palette
You can choose a foreground or background color and add a customized color to the library Swatches Palette
This allows you to view, select, and apply preset layer styles. By default, a preset version replaces the current version. Styles Palette
This stores and displays each action performed allowing you jump to any recent stage of the image alteration. History Palette
This gives you the ability to apply an effect to a group of layers in Photoshop, and then you can edit that effect later while preserving the original layers. Adjustment Layers Palette
These let you organize your work into distinct levels that can be edited and viewed as individual units Layers
The eye shows that the selected layer is visible. Click on or off to see or to hide a layer. Layer Visibility
Click the checkered square icon to lock Transparency, click the brush icon to lock the Image, click the arrow to lock the Position, and click the lock icon to lock all options Layer Locking Options
Defines how the layer's pixels blend with underlying pixels in the image. By choosing a particular blending mode from the drop-drown menu you can create a variety of special effects. Layer Blending Mode
By typing in a value or dragging the slider you can specify the transparency Fill
By typing in a value or dragging the slider, you can specify the transparency of the entire layer. Opacity
The icon shows when the layer is locked and disappears when it is unlocked. Double-click the icon to unlock the layer Layer Lock
Click the black triangle to display the following options: New Layer, Duplicate Layer, Delete Layer, Layer Properties, etc. Some of the options are presented as icons at the bottom of the Layers palette. Layer Options Menu
Can be used to link layers together Link Layers
If a layer has a style, an "F" icon shows at the bottom of the Layers palette. Click the little black triangle to see style options Layer Styles
Allows you to hide certain parts of the layer; which can then be revealed by using the paintbrush and the white pain color to expose portions of the layer. Layer Mask
This option helps to organize images with multiple layers. Click the icon to create a folder for several layers. Layer Set
Have the same opacity and blending mode options as image layers and can be rearranged, deleted, hidden and duplicated in the same manner as image layers. Click the icon and select an option to create a new fill or adjustment layer. Create New Layer
To delete a layer, select a layer in the Layers palette and drag it to the trash can icon, or select a layer and click the icon. Delete Layer
Created by: maryscamardo