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Photoshop Certification Questions
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Place an image.
File>>Place (Choose image of chose)
Create your own workspace.
Erase a given section of an image.
Use eraser tool
Which key would you use to duplicate selected items?
Select Image>>Right Click>>Duplicate
Use Quick Selection or Clone tool and copy image.
What is the difference between bitmap and vector images?
Vector graphics are made up of lines and curves defined by mathematical objects unlike bitmaps which are rasterized and are known as grid dots.
In PS, text is a vector/bitmap until you ................................ it.
Leading, tracking, and kerning are all located in which panel?
You can transform a selected object by using which keyboard shortcut?
Alt + Shift
What is kerning?
the space between two adjacent letters.
What is tracking?
the space between letters
What is leading?
the space between the lines
By default, leading is .........................% of font size.
What is the purpose of anti-aliasing?
To smooth out edges in type
Which of the following are anti-aliasing options: sharp, crisp, strong, smooth, none.
All of them
Apply the sunspot layer style to a layer with text.
Text Layer>>Layer Style>>Sunspots
You are working on a project with a client. Put the following steps in order from start to finish: costs, sketches, project review, audience feedback, project specification and scope
Based on another work and only changes are protected under copyright.
Use of copyrighted material for education, research, criticism, or news reporting.
Works where the copyright is expired or abandoned.
lines, curves, and shapes
symmetrical or asymmetrical
using similar elements and/or elements that work together to create a coherent design.
What is a camera raw file and what is the advantage of using a camera raw file?
contains unprocessed picture data from a digital camera's image sensor but the advantage is the camera can interpret data to make adjustments.
Which type of file formats can be opened in camera raw? You can export camera raw files into which type of other file formats?
JPEG, TIFF, PSD, DNG, .Nef (Nikon), and .Crw (Canon)
Complete the sentence. Camera Raw provides extensive controls for adjusting ...................
white balance, exposure, contrast, sharpness, and tone curves.
White balance comprises of two components. Identify and briefly describe each component.
Tint and Temperature. Temperature changes the coolness and the warmness of an image while tint changes shadows of an image.
What is the purpose of using the white balance tool?
To find the best lighting in an image or background.
Describe each of the following: white point, black point, fill light slider, brightness slider, contrast slider, clarity slider, saturation slider, and the vibrance slider.
All of the following are ways to increase the light or visibility of an image.
Where is the camera raw histogram located, what does it show the user, and why is this a useful feature?
Adjustments Panel. Displays a range of dark and light values on an image. Helps decidding the darkest point in an image and helps show the black points in an image.
When would you use the synchronize command?
To make an image sharper automatically.
Identify and briefly describe when you would use each of the following: .psd, .tif, .jpg, .dng, .psb
.Psd= to preserve photoshop features/ .Tif= used to exchange files between applications and computer platforms. .Jpg= used to display photographs. .Dng contains raw image data means. .Psb used to include Large Document Format.
What is the purpose of using an HDR image, and describe some instances in which HDR images are used.
To adjust the brightness or lower the brightness of a photo.
What does the tonal range of an image represent? What type of an adjustment layer would you use to adjust the tonal range of an image?
Represents the amount of contrast, or detail, in the image and is determined by the image's distribution of pixels, ranging from the darkest pixels to the lightest pixels.
In this chapter, what was the purpose for using the dodge and sponge tools?
Dodge tool is to further lighten the color under the eyes to make them look more accurate. Sponge Tool is useful to saturate certain areas in an image.
Why should you not save your master images in .jpg format?
The image will not convert correctly.
How does red eye occur?
Occurs when the retina of a subjects eye is reflected by the camera flash.
What is noise and how is it caused? What are the two types of noise?
Random extraneous pixels that aren't part of the image detail. Caused when scanned from a film or photo.
How do you correct noise in individual channels of an image?
Use the Reduce Noise filter
Identify and describe three types of image distortion caused by camera lens flaws.
Barrel Distortion, Pincushion Distortion, and Chromatic aberration.
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