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MAWD Lesson 2.01

Understand Digital Raster Graphics

Inches The standard unit of maesurement in U.S. & standard size paper
Pixels Comon unit of measurement for computer screen display
Points Standard unit of ,easure,emt for typefaces
Em Space
Resolution A measurement of the amount of detail that is stored in a digital image
PPI Pixels per inch > Number of pixels contained in one inch
On-Screen Resolution
Print Resolution
RGB An intensity value to each pixel rainged from 0-255 for each of the res, green, and blue components in an image
CMYK a percentaage value for each of the process inks > Cyan, magenta, yellow, and black
Aspect Ratio The relationship of an object's width to its height
Cropping Cutting out part of an inage
Layering Compliling multiple pictures or objects togethrr into one image
Selections Identifiying a specific area of a layer or imaeg that allows you to move or apply techniques to only that specifc area on that specifc layer
Transforming Changing a graphic size or dimensions through commands such as scalimg and rotating
Layer Styles One or more effects applied to a layer or layer group > Shadows, stroke. glows. bevels. and overlays
Layer Masks A non-destructive method which allows you to apply transparency to a specfic 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, pattern, or texture into a object or 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 na image that would be too difficult to create manually
Clone Stamp Samples and area of an image and then allows you to paint over another area of the image
Blend Modes Change the way layers interact by determining how a layer ill blend with the layers below it
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