Digital Imaging PS CS6
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Apply a nondestructive mask to the current selection to the layer named Bird
Select the Bird layer and then select the box with the circle (mask tool) at the bottom of the layers palette.
Erase only the sign, revealing the white background layer behind it.
Use the polygon lasso tool to select the square area. Use the eraser tool to erase the area of the sign.
Create a solid fill layer using the current foreground color. Accept all other default settings.
Click on the black/white circle at the bottom of the layers palette and select Solid Color from the pop-up menu. Click OK. Picture should turn yellow.
Using the existing font settings, add the text Duck as a vertical type layer to the image.
Click and hold the text tool, select the vertical text with the down arrow. Click on the image and type the word Duck (as shown in the question).
Using the retouching tool, remove the red-eye from the photograph.
Click on the tool bar tool that resembles a bandaid. Click and hold and select the Red Eye Tool from the list. Click on the eye of the image.
Automatically correct the image color balance.
Go to the image menu at the top and select Auto Color.
Increase the saturation of only the Cyan color in the image to +50.
Top menu, Image to Adjustments, choose Hue/Saturation and select Cyans from the list above Hue. Move the Saturation to the right to +50.
Destructively change the image Background layer saturation to -70.
Go to the Image menu from the top menus then to Hue/Saturation. Change the saturation level to -70.
Without changing the resolution, resize the image to 600 pixels wide by 428 pixels high, using the best resampling interpolation for the change in size.
Go to the top menu to Image to Image Size. Uncheck the Constrain Proportions box. Change the sizes at the top to match the requirements listed in the question. At the bottom of the Image size window, choose Bicubic Smoother (best for Enlargement) and Click OK.
Expand only the right side of the canvas to 50 pixels. Accept all other default settings.
Go to the top menu and choose Image to Canvas Size. Change the size to Pixels. Add 50 to the width making it 585.5 and click on the middle left side arrow. Click OK.
Without using rulers, place the vertical guide at 300 pixels.
Go to the top menu, choose View menu and select New Guide. Set the vertical guide to 300. Click OK.
Using the selection tool, add the eye of the falcon to the active selection.
Use the lasso tool. Hold the Shift key and click and drag the lasso around the selection of the eye. When you release the lasso tool, the eye should not have any of the selection (marching ants) around it.
Select the sky using the tool that enables you to select a consistently colored area with a single click.
Use the magic wand tool from the tool bar. You may have to click and hold the quick select tool until you locate the magic wand. Click on the sky to select it.
Load the saved selection named Sky.
Go to the top menu, go to the Select menu, and choose Load Selection from the list. Choose Sky from the choices available.
Add a new horizontal text layer to the graphic that contains the text CLIMB. Accept all default settings.
Use the text tool and type out the word CLIMB in all caps.
Create a new style named HANG form the layer named HANGING.
Click on the HANGING layer in the layers palette. Next, locate the Styles tab just above the layers palette. Click on the tiny menu next to the word Styles, and select New Style from the list. Type in the name HANG (in all caps) and click OK.
Display the image in Print Size view.
On the top menu, click on the View menu and locate Print Size and select it.
Convert the image to a Smart Object, and then apply the Surface Blur Smart Filter. Accept all other default settings.
Go to the Filter Menu at the top, and select Convert to Smart Filters. Then go back under the Filter Menu and go to Blur to Smart Blur.
Using the Properties panel, adjust the Feather of the mask on the layer Vignette to 45px.
Select the Vignette layer from the layers palette. Then go to the top menu, locate Feather: and type in 45.
Add a new horizontal text layer to the graphic that contains the text Pug. Accept all default settings.
Click on the Text tool, click on the image, and type the word Pug exactly as shown.
Create a new style named LOVE from the layer named LOVE ME.
Click on the LOVE ME layer in the layers palette. Next, locate the Styles tab just above the layers palette. Click on the tiny menu next to the word Styles, and select New Style from the list. Type in the name LOVE (in all caps) and click OK.
In the Background layer, sharpen the edges of the image, setting the amount to 100%, the radius to 1 pixel, and the threshold to 1.
Go to the Filter menu at the top, select Sharpen and the Unsharp Mask. Enter the settings as required by the question and click OK.
Automatically adjust the image white and black point levels.
Go to the image menu at the top, click on Adjustments, then Levels. Click on the auto button when the window appears. Click OK.
Increase the Background layer image contrast to +45.
Go to the Image menu at the top, select Adjustments, then Brightness/Contrast. Move the contrast slider to +45.
Change the selection to the inverse of the current selection.
Go to the Select menu at the top, click on Inverse.
Copy only the picture frame from the open file named picture 1, and then paste it in the open file named wall 1.
Use the rectangle marquee tool and select the picture in the given image. Then go to the top Edit menu and select Copy. Go to the File menu and select open, and scroll down the list until you locate wall 1 and open it. The go to the Edit menu again and click paste. Keyboard shortcuts will not work.
Without using Grayscale mode, change the photograph so it is black and white. Accept all other default settings.
Go to the Image menu at the top, select Adjustments and then Black & White. Click OK.
Create a layer group named Flowers that contains the images named Flower 1, Flower 2, and Flower 3.
Select the first Flower 1 layer. Hold the shift key and click on the Flower 2 layer and then the Flower 3 layer. All three of the Flower layers should be selected. Go to the mini menu next to the Layers tab and select New Group from Layers. Name the group Flowers, exactly as shown in the question.
Covert the layer named Layer 1 to a Smart Object.
From the layers palette, click on the Layer 1 layer to select it. Then go to the Layer menu at the top, go down to Smart Objects and select Convert to Smart Object. (Note: this is one of several ways to convert the layer to a smart object)
Apply the Inner Glow effect to the layer named Text Outline. Accept all other default settings.
Select the layer Text Outline in the layers palette. Go to the fx menu at the bottom of the layers palette and select Inner Glow. Click OK.
Apply the Sunspots (texture) style to the layer named Text Outline.
Select the layer from the layers palette named Text Outline. Go up to the Styles Menu tab above the layers palette and select the yellow box.
Apply a vertical gradient to the selection that is black at the bottom and transparent at the top.
Select the gradient tool from the tool bar. Go to the top menu where you see the gradient properties. The gradient should be black to transparent in the image. Click and drag from the bottom of the image to the top of the image.
Create a layer group named Mountains that contains the images named Mountain 1, Mountain 2, and Mountain 3.
Select the first Mountain 1 layer. Hold the shift key and click on the Mountain 2 layer and then the Mountain 3 layer. All three of the Mountain layers should be selected. Go to the mini menu next to the Layers tab and select New Group from Layers. Name the group Mountains, exactly as shown in the question. (similar to the flowers question)
Scale the image to fit the printable area of the paper, and then print it. Accept all other default settings.
Go to File to Print. In the dialog box that appears, scroll down until you see the Scale to Fit Media, check it and then click the Print Button.
Save the current arrangement of panels using the name Custom.
Go to the Window menu at the top, go to Workspace, then select New Workspace. Type in Custom, exactly as shown in the question.
Which of the following tools would be most effective for manipulating objects within an Image?
Content Aware move.
When using the Content-Aware Move tool, which mode allows users to create and blend a copy of their selection into a different location in the image without creating a new layer?
Which principle should you apply to ensure a visually appealing layout?
Rule of Thirds
Which three graphic types can be used for the web? (Choose three).
GIF, JPG, PNG
What does painting with black or white inside the mask do when using a layer mask?
Black reveals the image; white hides the image.
Which three options are principles of design? (choose three)
Repetition is the recurrence of an element in a piece without any changes.
White space, or negative space, is the unmarked area between elements in a layout.
Unity refers to a sense that everything in the drawing belongs there and makes it a whole.
Which color mode is most effective to use for final output when a poster will be printed on an offset press?
Which file provides the data for an image in an unprocessed form?
How can an RGB document be previewed to see what it would look like when printed in CMYK without modifying image data?
Go to View > Proof Setup > Working CMYK
What is the primary function of Adobe Bridge?
To manage, open, and view files.
Which option is available for Rendering intent under color management for printing?
Which two options are phrases of production that are specifically part of an artist's responsibility in a Photoshop project plan? (Choose two)
Final image processing
Creating comprehensive sample graphics.
Which feature can be used to store information about copyright and ownership?
Which two factors should most influence design choices when working on a project for a client? (Choose two)
Which resource offers easier access to locating, previewing, and opening images without leaving Photoshop?
How do you create a web page that has multiple JPEG images displayed with a navigation bar?
File > Save for Web and Devices
What are the two most important factors to be identified by the client when designing marketing materials? (choose two)
Which resource allows you to collaborate about design plans without packaging your project's design assets?
How can a Camera Raw file be created?
Create the file in a Digital Camera
What is the definition of gamut?
The range of colors that can be printed or displayed.
A large, conservative security firm needs a logo and marketing materials that promote feelings of security, trust, and strength. Which font type would be most appropriate?
Which two items are required in a Photoshop project plan? (choose 2)
Project scope and Due dates.
While preparing images for a global audience which design concept should you take into consideration?
What should you take into consideration when preparing images for an educational audience of students, ages 5 though 11?
Age appropriate images and content.
Match the copyright definition to the correct rule:
Copyright - Provides protection to authors of "original works of authoring", both published and unpublished.
Fair Use Doctrine - Allows works to be reproduced or altered for a variety of reasons including, teaching, parity, and research.
Intellectual Property - May include copyrights, trademarks, patents, design rights, and trade secrets.
Derivative Work - Work that is derived from or based on existing work.
Which allows a designer to create a photo gallery?
Which formats are best for high-quality images on a web page?
PNG & JPG
Which allows images to be used across multiple Adobe programs?
Which two options are advantages of Smart Objects?
Allow you to apply filters non-destructively. Create a reference to an image, allowing it to be switched later without having to recreate the final work.
Which is a reason for a designer to change the CMYK work space in the color settings dialog window?
To use the same color space that the printer uses when editing an image.
What is the purpose of flattening an image in Photoshop?
Flattening images makes them smaller.
When working with text, which two options could lesson the readability of the design project?
Overusing center alignment and using all lower case.
Match the correct definition with the term.
Resolution - Measurement of an image on the screen.
Downsampling - Decreasing the size of an image by changing it's data.
Upsampling - Increasing the size of an image, which usually causes loss in detail.
Interpolation - A method of resampling using existing pixel colors.
Scenario: You are ready to finalize your project and submit for commercial printing, how do you convert the document to the appropriate color mode?
Go to Image menu > Mode > CMYK Color
Scenario: Save the document so the slices are saved as separate images using the PNG-24 format.
Go to the File menu > Save for the Web. In the preset dropdown, select PNG-24. Click Save.
Save the following image for viewing on the web as a JPEG file. Set the width to 300 pixels and maintain the aspect ratio.(Do not use the image size tool for this)
Go to the File menu > Save for the Web. Under the image size, change the width to 300 pixels. Go to the drop down menu (located under preset), select JPEG from the list and then click OK.
Scenario: Image of something with a blue sky. Use the Magic wand tool, set the tolerance to 58, select the sky, and then invert the selection.
Select the lasso tool from the toolbar.
On the lasso options bar, in the tolerance box, type in 58.
Select the sky part of the image.
Go to Select menu > Inverse
Scenario: Use the Auto-Contrast feature.
Go to the Image menu > Auto Contrast
Scenario: Add the title Glacier Gardens (or whatever text it might be now) to the sky area of the image. Use the default settings.
Select the Text tool from the toolbar.
Click on the image, type Glacier Gardens (exactly as shown. If it asks to type something else, type it exactly as shown.)
Scenario: Apply a Smart Filter to an image, use the Crystallize filter with a Cell Size of 25.
Go the Filter menu > Convert to Smart Filter
Filter menu > Pixelate > Crystallize
Set Cell Size to 25
Scenario: Use the SkyFill layer to fill in the extra space for the sky using the Auto-Blend Layers command. Leave all other defaults.
Use the Shift key and click on the other layer to select both layers.
Go to the Edit menu > Auto Blend Layers
Scenario: Unlock the Background layer, rename it to Garden.
Double click on the background layer.
Double click the layer name and change it to Garden. If it is a different work they are asking for use the other word.
Scenario: Print the image and set the Color Handling option to Photoshop Manages Colors. Accept all other defaults.
Go to the File menu > Print
Next to Color Handling (under Color Management section) , change the drop down item to Photoshop Manages Colors.
Click Print. (nothing will print)
Scenario: Using a given Adjustment layer, create a non-destructive saturation adjustment to -80.
Be sure the adjustment, not background layer, is selected.
Click the properties panel above the layers panel (this is different from CS 6 version.)
Select Saturation and change the number to -80.
Scenario: Create a new group named "Shapes". Assign all three shape layers to the group and collapse the group.
In the layers palette, hold the shift key and select the other similarly named layers.
Click on the New Group icon at the bottom of the layers palette between the black/white circle and turn page icons.
Name the new group Shapes. (might be a different word depending on the scenario)
Drag the similarly named layers into the group.
Scenario: Align the horizontal centers of the three shapes (or objects depending on the question)
Hold the shift key and select each of the shape layers in the layers palette. Do not select the background layer.
Make sure you are on the move tool, top most tool on the tool bar.
On the control bar at the top, click the Align Horizontal Center icon. Looks like a little solid box sitting on top of a larger rectangle box. If you let the mouse hover over it, the name will appear.
Scenario: Prepare the image for use on the web by changing the ppi (pixels per inch) to 72
Go to the Image menu > Image Size
Change the resolution to 72.
What are some characteristics of San Serif fonts?
Better for web use
Use to create emphasis for headings
Does NOT have small decorative lines on them like serif fonts.
Scenario: Load the saved selection named "Sky" and apply a Hue and Saturation layer with the Sepia preset.
Go to the Select menu > Load Selection
Next to channel, click the dropdown list to select Sky.
With the selection still active, click on the Hue/Saturation in the Adjustments Panel just above the Layers Panel.
In the Properties select Sepia from the Preset dropdown menu.
Which design principles can be represented with an overlay when using the Crop Tool?
Rule of Thirds or
Golden Spiral or
What are some characteristics of Vectors?
They're made with mathematical equations, lines and shapes.
They can easily be enlarged without losing quality
It is a format used primarily for charts, logos and symbols
What are the 5 phases of a design project?
Which option is presented to the client for feedback before designing the final project?
Check off List
Mock Up or Comp
List of roles and responsibilities
Which of the following is a reason that a designer may want to change the CMYK working space in the color settings dialog box?
To use the same color space that the printer uses when editing an image.
Which three of the following would you rasterize?
Scenario: Rotate the image 90 degrees Counter Clockwise.
Go to the Image menu > Image Rotation
Select 90 CCW (counter clock wise)
Scenario: Display the ruler then change the unit of measure of the ruler to Pixels.
Go to View menu > Rulers
Go to the Photoshop menu > Preferences > Units & Rulers
Change the Rulers Units to Pixels
Scenario: Using the Spot Healing tool, remove the scratch from the car surface. (Might be a little different scenario, but the process is the same)
From the tool bar, go to the band aid tool, click and hold. Locate the Spot Healing tool and select it.
Move the Spot Healing tool to an area just outside the scratch, hold the option key (mac), click once.
Release the option key and move the Spot Healing tool over the scratch.
Scenario: Use the brush tool with a size of 18px to paint a circle around the chip on the statue's face.
Select the paint brush tool.
At the top characteristics/properties area, select the drop down menu and find the size 18 brush.
Paint a circle around the chip in the image's face.
Scenario: Use the crop tool to straighten the image using the hillside as a guide. (image could be different for this scenario)
Select the crop tool from the tool bar. It's located under the magic wand/quick select tool.
Click and drag over the image to select it.
Move the image until the hillside is right along the center line.
Press the enter/return key.
Scenario: Add a Rectangle shape that uses RGB Cyan fill color behind the text Glacier Gardens (could be different text) so that the text appears inside the shape.
Add a new layer and move it between the Background layer and the text layer.
Change the foreground color to RGB Cyan; Go to the Swatches panel on the right side near the top of the panels. RGB Cyan is the 4th one from the left on the top level of colors.
Select the Shapes tool from the toolbar.
Click and drag a rectangle shape so that it encompasses the words Glacier Gardens (or whatever words may go with this scenario.)
Scenario: Use the Lasso tool and the Content Aware Fill command to remove the sign located at the lower left of the statue. (could be a different image, but the process is still the same.)
Use the lasso tool to select the object (sign) from the image.
Go to the Edit menu > Fill
Select Content-Aware from the Contents Use: drop down menu.
Scenario: Locate the Options Bar by clicking on it.
The options bar is just above the work area and shows the "options" you have after selecting a tool from the tool bar. Click on it.
Tool bar icons - Line Tool
Tool bar icons - Custom Shape Tool
Custom Shape Tool
Tool bar icons - Eraser Tool
Tool bar icons - Sharpen Tool
Tool bar icons - Polygonal Shape Tool
Polygonal Shape Tool
Tool bar icons - Lasso Selection Tool
Lasso Selection Tool
Tool bar icons - Rectangle Selection Tool
Rectangle Selection Tool
Tool bar icons - Magic Wand Selection Tool
Magic Wand Selection Tool
Tool bar icons - Quick Selection Tool
Quick Selection Tool
Tool bar icons - Single Row Selection Tool
Single Row Selection Tool
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