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5 Matching questions

  1. Graphics Interchange Format (GIF)
  2. Digital zoom
  3. Joint Photographer Experts Group (JPEG)
  4. Watermark
  5. Vector
  1. a lightly shaded text or image placed in the background or embedded in some paper stock
  2. b a compressed bitmap file format (lossy) that is preferred for photographs; supports 16 million colors and is appropriate for the web; does not support transparency or animation
  3. c a function of a digital camera used to make the image seem more close-up
  4. d compressed bitmap file format (lossless) that supports only 256 colors and is appropriate for the web; supports transparency and animation
  5. e an image created by using a series of mathematically defined lines and curves rather than pixels, making the image easier to rescale; also called draw-type graphics

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. an uncompressed bitmap file format that is very large and is not appropriate for the web
  2. a category of graphics that represents the digital image as an array of dots called pixels
  3. to select more than one object to create a composite object; used for common resizing and moving
  4. programs used to create bitmap images; useful in creating original art because they provide the tools used by artists (such as brushes and pens)
  5. reverse the image; mirror image

5 True/False questions

  1. Optical zooma function of a digital camera used to make the image seem more close-up

          

  2. Importto insert text or objects from another source

          

  3. Contrasta function within graphic software that enables a user to rotate an image a number of degrees

          

  4. Tagged Image File (TIF)Microsoft's vector file format; most Microsoft clip art are metafiles and can be edited

          

  5. Croppingto select more than one object to create a composite object; used for common resizing and moving