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Photoshop Final Rev

Final exam review for Photoshop

Border around text or a selection stroke
Inside color of a shape, which can be a solid, pattern, or gradient fill
Selection tool used to automatically select, often in one click, based on a common color magic wand
Tool that lets you sample (pick) the color from an area of an image to designate a new color to use eyedropper
This lets you view a mask and the image simultaneously, using a light red tint, and you can use black or white brush to add or remove from selection: quick mask
When you create text in Photoshop, it is automatically on a new layer
Three selection tools include magic wand, lasso and marquee
If your paint bucket won't fill a shape properly or fills the entire document, you might be clicked on the wrong layer
If you can't find a palette (like History, Layers), use this menu to find it Window
Retouch tool used to disguise a blemish or scar by replacing it with clear skin clone stamp
You can pick new colors by clicking the foreground color box or by using this palette Swatches
If you need to undo lots of times or delete a whole series of steps, use this palette History
To remove a portion of an image from the edges on all layers, use this tool crop
This tool is best used when you need to select an abnormally shaped image on a layer that is not solid quick selection
Drop shadow, inner glow, and bevels are examples of layer styles
Save in this format to maintain all layers and layer styles separately PSD
Save in this format to place on the web, but all layers will be "glued down" JPG
To resize a graphic in a layer (bring up the handles) click the layer and then press Control+T
Multiply, soft light, hard light, screen and normal are examples of blending modes
Liquify, distort, and blur are examples of filters
To rearrange layers, you just simply do this to them in the Layers palette drag
If you lower opacity to zero, the layer will be invisible
To darken an area of an image (blacken an eye), you can use this destructive tool burn
To remove the color from an image, use this destructive tool sponge
To put a picture inside a shape, put the picture on a layer above the shape and click this button while pointing between layers alt
Clicking alt between two layers creates this, represented by an arrow pointing down: clipping mask
If you want to "smear" an area of a picture or blend colors like fingerpaint, use this destructive tool smudge
To add highlights to hair, you can draw them on a new layer and change the blending mode to soft light
To use a custom brush (load it from someplace), click the brush pull-down menu and choose Load Brushes
The term for removing color (hue) from an image is desaturate
To make a part of an image look raised/3D like the frame around a picture, add this layer style bevel
Increasing this on an adjustment will make a color MORE vivid or deeper saturation
Changing this on an adjustment will modify the actual color hue
To adjust the light areas of an image and make them brighter, use this triangle on the Levels adjustment: white
The black slider on the Levels adjustment slider modifies the shadows
To make a pair of letters closer together in a text box, modify this in the Character palette kerning
To create your own brush, draw it on a transparent background, select all, and click Edit> Define New Brush
This vector tool can be used to create editable paths or to draw new shapes using the point to point method or with curves pen
To add a gradient inside letters just add this layer style gradient overlay
To add a border around layers, add this layer style stroke
To make text somewhat see-through, modify this on the Layers palette opacity
To remove the marching ants, use this keystroke Control+D
Pressing this button does what to the brush size? [ decrease
If using the polygonal lasso and the lasso goes to the wrong spot, push this to back up to try again backspace
While zoomed in while editing, if you need to move to a different part of the image or scoot it down without zooming out or using scroll bars, press this to activate the Hand tool spacebar
To fit an entire image to the screen so you can see everything at once, press Control+0
To view your project at 100%, press Control+1
If this has been done to text, the icon in front of the layer is no longer a T and the text is not editable rasterize
When a clipping mask is used, how does the layer appear? with a down arrow
The white or black box that appears next to some layer thumbnails is called a mask
The fX button is used to add layer styles
If a layer says this on it, it cannot be moved or erased Background
To make something a regular editable layer, do this to the layer double-click
Pull saturation all the way this direction to make a picture grayscale left
An opacity of 100% is totally visible
If you haven't changed the blending mode on a layer, the Layers palette will say this on the drop down menu Normal
This is used within a photography composition to help you highlight your main point of interest or give it depth framing
To change this in a photography shot, it is useful to lie down, climb above, or put the camera on the ground perspective
A simple Photoshop adjustment that can help increase the contrast on a washed out digital image is Levels
A Photoshop adjustment that can be used to fix "cool" or "warm" imaegs with orange or blue tints to them from lighting is Photo Filter
Positioning items at the intersection of the "tie tac toe" grid of your camera is abiding by the Rule of Thirds
If taking a photo in the field without a spare battery, how can you conserve battery life? Turn off these two things... flash and LCD display
To capture a better action shot, you should do this by pressing the shutter halfway down before the action occurs pre-focus
A close up picture that shows great detail of the item in focus and blurs the background is taken with this camera mode macro
A lightning bolt on a camera typically represents the flash
After making selections, it is a good idea to preview them by pressing this button Refine Edge
An Adobe program that can be used to categorize and tag images or to create a contact sheet of thumbnails. Adobe Bridge
What adjustment layer might be most useful for making a certain part of an image a different color (like a face green)? Hue/Saturation
What retouch tool can be used to darken pixels? Burn tool
What retouch tool can be used to lighten pixels? Dodge tool
This tool is often used to create paths so you can all type along them. Pen
A custom brush is in this file format: ABR
A pattern file is in this file format: PAT
The "hanging decorations" on fonts are called: serifs
Most common color mode for JPG images: RGB
Most common color mode for GIF images: index
These types of layers, like the Background, cannot be moved. locked
If an image is saved as a JPG format, the resulting file will be: flattened
To create more space around an image, not resize the actual image, you enlarge: canvas
This tool is used to straighten a photo with a skewed horizon line. Ruler
To mirror an entire image in Photoshop, click Image> Image Rotation> Flip Canvas: horizontal
To accept a transformation, press enter OR double click OR press: checkmark
Shew, perspective, and scale are examples of: transformations
Use this tool to drag around an image and make a freehand selection with one big motion: Lasso
With the Magic Wand tool, this setting on the control bar determines the color range and sensitivity the wand will select: tolerance
When using Refine Edge, you can modify Smooth, Contrast and even this, which would create a fuzzy edge: feather
To select the opposite of what is selected, click Select> inverse
Pressing [ or ] decreases or increases the size of the: brush
This tool icon is represented by a drip: blur
This tool icon is represented by a triangle: sharpen
This tool icon is represented by a pointing finger: smudge
This took icon is represented by a black circle with a line: dodge
This tool icon is represented by a hand with the finger touching the thumb: burn
This tool is a "one click" tool to repair or remove a blemish or freckle: spot healing brush
This retouch tool allows you you lasso around and area and then drag to a "good" area to replace it, but it is a destructive tool: patch
To use the Clone Stamp or Healing Brush, you must define a source by clicking while holding: Alt
Decreasing this will make a brush appear "fuzzy" around the edges and can help with blending on masks: hardness
To drop or raise a letter, like for an exponent, you would modify this in the Character panel: baseline shift
Arc, arch, and flag are examples of: warp styles
You can stretch a letter "out" by modifying this in the Character panel: horizontal scale
When using Type on a Path, which arrow is used to move text or modify path points: white
Cameras: changing this setting changes the amplification of the sensor to make light "louder" but can cause noise ISO
Cameras: Shooting at a low aperture number will give you a _______ depth of field shallow
Cameras: Getting a proper exposure requires balancing aperture, ISO and: shutter speed
Cameras: To connect an external flash to a camera, slide it on this: hot shoe
Cameras: Standard card for digital camera picture storage SD
Cameras: To lock in focus, press this button halfway down: shutter
Cameras: Tungsten, daylight, and fluorescent are examples of settings for: white balance
Cameras: Av mode aperture priority
Cameras: Tv mode shutter priority
Cameras: M mode manual
Cameras: P mode program
Cameras: Would a 1/2000 shutter speed be slow or fast? fast
Cameras: Would a 5" shutter speed be slow or fast? slow
Cameras: Would an aperture of 2.8 have a big or small hole? big
Cameras: Would an aperture of 16 have a big or small hole? small
Cameras: To view the details about a picture after you take it, press this button display
Cameras: AWB stands for auto white balance
Cameras: This setting, represented by a flower, is used for close up shots macro
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