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2.01 vocab terms

inches standard unit measurement for the United Sates
pixels the most common unit of measurement for computer screen display (represented by one dot)
points the standard unit of measurement for typefaces. 1 point represents 1/74 of an inch
picas one pica equals 1/6 of an inch six picas per inch
em space refers to the size of a letter such as “M” for the current font
percentage defining sub elements of a web page as a percentage to the width of the entire page allowing for responsive layouts as screen size changes
resolution the amount of detail score in an image. (a measurement of detail that is stored in digital image)
PPI pixels per inch, (the number of pixels contained in one inch.)
on-screen resolution 72 pixels per inch (monitors are low resolution devices display 72 ppi)
print-resolution printers are high resolution devices and require high resolution images in order to print images clearly without pixilation or blurriness
DPI the resolution at which printers can print is measured in Dots Per Inch (DPI).
RGB (red, green, blue)
CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow, and black) (0-black higher than 0 is white)
aspect ratio the relationships of an object’s width to its height
cropping Cutting out part of an image
layering Compiling multiple pictures or objects together into one image
selections Identifying a specific area of a layer or image that allows you to move or apply techniques to only that specific are
transforming Changing a graphics size or dimensions through scaling or rotating
layer styles one or more effects applied to a layer or layer group
layer masks A non-destructive method which allows you to apply transparency to a specific portion of a layer with precise control
transparency Removing the background color of a raster image making it “see-through” in order to allow the image to blend in with its background
fill Putting a color, gradient, patter, or texture into an object of area
gradient Filling an object with a smooth transition from one color to another
adjustment layers Non-destructive layers that can be added to allow you to apply image tonal and color adjustments
filters Used to apply special effects to an image that would be too difficult to create manually
clone stamp Samples and/or area of an image that can be painted over another area of the image
blend modes Change the way layers interact by determining how layer will blend with the layers below it
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