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MAWD Lesson 2.01

Inches the standard unit of measurement for the United States and U.S. standard sized papers.
Pixels the most common unit of measurement for computer screen display, usually represented by one dot that is illuminated on a computer screen.
Points the standard unit of measurement for typefaces.
Picas often used in print design because it is easily divisible. (equals 1/6 of an inch, six picas per inch)
Em Space a unit of measurement used to define the current point size of a font.
Percentage commonly used in Cmyk used to determine color values. (0-100)
Resolution a measure of the amount of detail that is stored in a digital image. (measured in PPI, pixels per inch)
PPI pixels per inch.
On-screen Resolution the number of horizontal and vertical pixels on a display screen .
DPI dots per inch.
RGB assigns an intensity value to each pixel, ranging from 0 to 255 for each of the red, green, and blue components in an image.
CMYK assigns a percentage 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 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 only that specific area on that specific layer.
Transforming changing a graphics size or dimensions through commands such as scaling 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 specific portion of a layer with precise control.
Transparency removing the background color of a raster image making it "see-through" in or to allow the image to blend in with its background.
Fill putting a color, gradient, pattern, or texture into an 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 an image that would be too difficult to create manually.
Clone Stamp samples an area of an image and allows you to paint over another area of the image with the sampled area.
Blend Modes changes the way that layers interact by determining how a layer will blend with the layers below it.
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