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AVD Vocab

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Color Gamut The range of colors that is defined by the color profile; when working within a given color profile, color choices are selected from the gamut
Color Libraries Color system manufacturers create standardized colors for communicating color information across apps and processes, i.e. Pantone
Color Management A process where the color characteristics for every device in the imaging chain is known precisely and utilized in color reproduction.
Color Panel Displays the color values for the current foreground and background colors, using different color models
Color Profile A pre-determined subset of specific colors assigned to an image ; preset for devices like scanners, digital cameras, monitors, and printers so that the color of an image remains true from source to destination
Destructive Editing Changes the original photo in a way that cannot be reversed after saving and closing
Document Panel Displays the file you're working on, multiple graphic files can be opened / worked on.
Embedded Images Contained within graphic document which can increase file size; must reimport images if changes were made to the original.
Grids and Rulers Measuring tools used to assist in the scaling, arranging, and spacing of design components.
History Panel Each time you apply a change to an image, the new state of that image is added to the panel, jump to any recent state of the image created during thr current working session.
Layering Separating components of a design individually or into groups in order to make specific adjustments
Layers Panel Lists all layers, layer groups, and layer effects in an image, you can use to show and hide layers, create new layers, and worth with groups of layers.
Linked Images Are not contained in the file data, thus the link can be broken if the files are moved separately; keeps file size smaller and automatically updates image edits.
Masking Non destructive editing technique; used to hide part of an image
Non destructive Editing Makes changes to the original photo that can always be reversed.
Options Bar Displays the options for the currently selected tool.
Smart Guides Temporary snap-to guides that appear when you move objects; help you align, edit, and transform objects relative to other objects.
Smart Objects Preserves an image's source content with all its original characteristics, enabling you to perform nondestructive editing to the layer
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