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ACA Photoshop CC Exam Questions

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Which of the following would you do first in order to present initial ideas to a client for their
approval and feedback?
A. Show the client the final project
B. Present sketches
C. Give the client an invoice
D. Set up a conference call
B. Present sketches
Which two ways can background images affect text? (Choose two.)
A. Readability
B. Alignment
C. Loading time
D. Language choice
A. Readability
B. Alignment
Which option is NOT a benefit of producing reusable images?
A. Ability to apply consistent settings to multiple projects.
B. Allows the user to save time and resources during production.
C. Reduces user error in production.
D. Improved quality when used for print and web.
D. Improved quality when used for print and web.
Which two options below represent Auto Color Correction tools available in Adobe Photoshop?
(Choose two.)
A. Auto Tone
B. Auto Color
C. Auto Crop
D. Auto Hue
A. Auto Tone
B. Auto Color
Which option below allows users to saturate pixels?
A. Dodge Tool
B. Burn Tool
C. Sponge Tool
D. Mixer Brush Tool
C. Sponge Tool
Which two options are considered best practices when using the Pen tool to create curves and
angles? (Choose two.)
A. Place anchors at every acute or abrupt angle.
B. Mid-curve anchors should be placed to comfortably accommodate curve transitions.
C. Place anchor points in the middle of a curve to change direction.
D. Always use as many anchor points as possible to create smooth curve transitions.
A. Place anchors at every acute or abrupt angle.
B. Mid-curve anchors should be placed to comfortably
Which filter would a user choose to create image results that are more realistic because the
edits are properly oriented and scaled to the perspective planes?
A. Vanishing Point Filter
B. Liquefy Filter
C. Displace Filter
D. Lighting Effects Filter
A. Vanishing Point Filter
Which color mode is the most effective to use for final output when a project will be printed on
an offset press?
A. CMYK
B. HSB
C. LAB
D. RGB
A. CMYK
Which two options describe the design practice of framing? (Choose two.)
A. The technique of placing the subject of an image in such a way that the viewer's attention is
focused in that area.
B. The process of defining the border of an image.
C. The process of changing the contrast, brightness, and cropping of an image to highlight the
subject.
D. The process of defining a decorative border for an image.
Correct Answer: A and C
A. The technique of placing the subject of an image in such a way that the viewer's attention is
focused in that area.
C. The process of changing the contrast, brightness, and cropping of an image to highlight the
subject.
Which file formats are best suited for high-quality images that will be displayed on a webpage?
A. JPG and BMP
B. JPG and TIFF
C. GIF and TIFF
D. PNG and JPG
D. PNG and JPG
Without altering any of the pixels of the image itself, adjust the Levels of the image to the
following settings:
• Shadows: 15
• Midtones: 0.80
• Highlights: 239
1. Click on the Adjustment Layer icon at the bottom of the Layers panel
2. Choose Levels...
3. Drag the black triangle to 15 OR Type 15 in the Shadows field
4. Drag the white triangle to 239 OR Type 239 in the field below Highlights
5. Drag the grey triangle to 0.8 OR Type 0.8 in the Midtones field
Use Color Range to make a selection of the entire sky with Sampled Colors. Set the Fuzziness
to 95 and add to the sky selection using the Add to Sample eyedropper. (Note: Accept all other
default settings.)
1. Choose Select > Color Range...
2. Select Sampled Colors from the Select drop menu
3. Drag the slider to the right so the Fuzziness value reads 95 OR Type 95 in the field for
Fuzziness
4. Use the eyedropper plus to click in the sky (three different areas is enough) to select the sky
5. Click OK OR Click Enter
Load both the right_headlight and left_headlight selections so both headlights are part of the
same selection.
1. Choose Select > Load Selection...
2. Choose right_headlight OR Choose left_headlight
3. Click OK or Press Enter
4. Choose Select > Load Selection
5. Choose left_headlight (if right selected previously) OR Choose right_headlight (if left selected
previously)
6. In the Operation area, select radio button Add to Selection
7. Click OK or Press Enter
Create a nondestructive Hue/Saturation adjustment layer with a Sepia tone. Set the adjustment
layer to clip to the layer containing the image.
1. Select Layer 1 (if necessary)
2. Select the Hue/Saturation icon from the Adjustments panel
3. Click on the Presets dropdown menu
4. Choose Sepia
5. Click on the clip to layer icon at the bottom of the Hue/Saturation dialog box
6. Click the double arrows in the top right corner of the panel to close the window (Not
necessary to complete item correctly)
5. Use the Quick Selection Tool to select one of the lower bodies in the top right corner of the
image, and then replace the selected pixels using Content-Aware fill. Repeat the task for the
second lower body.
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