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Photoshop CC 2015

Practice questions for ACA test prep

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What happens when you copy and paste layer styles from one layer onto another layer with its own existing layer styles? The existing layer styles are replaced by the pasted layer styles.
. The best way to quickly transform large numbers of press-quality photos to 500px wide web ready, is to create a Photoshop Action to apply to all of them. Among others, what two steps should your Photoshop Action include? 1. Image > Mode > RGB 2. Image > Image Size > Width 500 Pixels, and constrain proportions.
You have developed layer effects and smart filter settings on a sample file you would like to apply to all the images. Which two would be the best ways to apply the effects to the rest of the images? (Choose two.) Save the layer effects as layer styles. Create an action to apply the layer effects and filters to all the images in the folder.
Because they were originally used for a print brochure, the digital photos were stored at a high resolution in TIFF (.tiff) format. After changing the photos’ size for the web, in which file format would it be the best to save them? JPEG (.jpg)
When designing a brochure for your client, what should be the first question to ask to quide your design? Who is this brochure meant to reach? Who is its audience?
If you complete a brochure in Adobe InDesign, which three of the following statements describe advantages to linking your Photoshop files to the brochure file in InDesign, rather than placing them or copying and pasting them? (Choose three.) Photoshop’s transparency settings in layers and masks are recognized in InDesign. Photoshop’s vector text and vector shapes are accepted as vector objects in InDesign. All of Photoshop’s linked layers can be made visible or invisible within InDesign.
The photos for a trifold brochure will very likely be reused for a web page which the shipping company is planning for later. What are two advantages to using Smart Object layers for the photos? (Choose two.) They convert bitmapped images to vector graphics so they can be adapted and edited more easily. They allow you to apply filters such as Blur, Sharpen, or Stylize in editable, non-destructive ways.
Which of the following options is a benefit of using a Linked Smart Object over using a regular Smart Object in Photoshop? The Smart Object is automatically updated if the source file is changed.
You are in the Gradient Editor that shows a gradient with one color at the beginning, another in the middle, and a third at the end. How do you delete the middle color stop when editing a gradient? Drag the color stop down off the line until it disappears.
The amount of space between two particular characters to make them look more natural as a pair. Kerning
The amount of space between all the characters in a selected block of type. Sometimes called character spacing. Tracking
The imaginary line on which most letters in a typeface sit. It is below the x-height, and above the descent line. Baseline
A common measurement in typefaces equal to 1/72nd of an inch, measured from the top of the highest ascender to the lowest descender in the font. Point
Match the terms “destructive” and “non-destructive” with the appropriate descriptions. Makes changes to the original image’s original information. Destructive
Match the terms “destructive” and “non-destructive” with the appropriate descriptions. Changes to an images can be difficult to remove later. Destructive
Match the terms “destructive” and “non-destructive” with the appropriate descriptions. Makes changes to an image without overwriting the image’s original information Non-destructive
Match the terms “destructive” and “non-destructive” with the appropriate descriptions. Changes to the image can be easily removed later. Non-destructive
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