Photoshop Practice Test
How do you get the Timeline panel to appear?
Your video takes form in the timeline panel. You may create a series of clips and events that play in the timeline from left to right by dragging things from the project panel or source monitor and putting them in the desired order. Create several video layers, such as names, superimposed images, and so on. To configure the Timeline screen, go to the Timeline Display Settings menu and the Timeline panel menu. To access the Button Editor, go to the Timeline Display Settings menu and choose Customize Video Header or Customize Audio Header.
On photos, how do you zoom in and out?
You must tap on the media you want to edit to adjust or disable the zoom effect. Then you should see a button that allows you to change the zoom effect. Switch between the various modes, tap on it: “Zoom Out,” as the phrase goes.
How can you alter or add an effect to a portion of an image without changing the entire primary image?
Select this photo and then click E on your keyboard or go to the Edit button. These methods for selective editing can be found in the far right column. The Radial Gradient method, similar to a spotlight, allows you to edit only a portion of a picture in a circular or oval pattern. Clone Stamp is a Photoshop application that allows you to copy pixels from one image and paste them into another. It works similarly to the Brush tool, except it’s used to paint pixels. It’s a smart way to get rid of a distracting background item without leaving a trace.
Determines how colored pixels in a layer interact with underlying pixels in a picture (hue - saturation - color - etc)
A Blending Mode simply tells two layers how to work together to create a combined image. Photoshop will check any overlapping pixels between those two layers and then, depending on the blending mode you’ve chosen, decide how those pixels will blend.
Adds to the current selection
Correct Answer B painting with white
A grid of colored squares was used to make the graphics.
Bitmap images are created pixel by pixel, they can be easily edited. Photoshop software allows you to add, delete, or change the color of individual pixels.
Layers that are similar in that you can see through them but they don't modify what's underneath them work in the same way. As a result, you can apply an adjustment (such hue/saturation changes) to a transparency/layer and it will turn into an adjustment layer.
Adjustment layers give you greater control and flexibility over image edits than direct adjustments — you can make nondestructive adjustments to the colors and tones in your image, and keep editing the adjustment layers without permanently changing the pixels in the image.
What is the function of Adobe Bridge?
Adobe Bridge is a free digital asset management software created by Adobe Systems and published with Adobe Creative Suite 2 for the first time. Adobe Creative Suite, Adobe eLearning Suite, Adobe Technical Communication Suite, and Adobe Photoshop CS2 to CS6 all need it. However, as of Creative Cloud, it is now an optional component that can be accessed as part of a Creative Cloud subscription.
When it comes to printing, which of the following color modes is most commonly used?
“Red Green Blue” is the abbreviation for “Red Green Blue.” RGB stands for three distinct light hues that can be combined to produce different colours. The traditional method of generating colour images on displays, such as TVs, computer monitors, and mobile screens, is to combine red, green, and blue light. The RGB colour model is referred to as a “additive” colour model. Grayscale is a colour mode that has 256 distinct shades of grey. Total black, absolute white, and 254 shades of grey in between are among the 256 colours. Grayscale images have an 8-bit depth of detail. Grayscale colour mode is most often associated with black and white photographic images.
To apply the last used filter to an image, which keyboard shortcut should be used?
Keyboard shortcuts are a way of using the keyboard to execute one or more commands that would otherwise be usable either via a menu, a pointing device, various levels of a user interface, or a command-line interface. Shortcuts on the keyboard are commonly used to speed up basic tasks by reducing input sequences to a few keystrokes, hence the term “shortcut.” To distinguish themselves from normal keyboard input, most keyboard shortcuts enable the user to simultaneously press and hold several keys or a series of keys one after the other.
When you click a status in the History palette, what happens?
The History Palette keeps track of any move you take in Photoshop. The History Palette shows the last 20 updates to your picture by default. A new state is added to the History Palette each time you change the picture. After the selected status, all actions will be undone; before the selected status, all actions will be removed. The chosen status will be revoked. Choose Window > History to open the History Panel, or if it’s already active in your workspace, click the History Panel button (highlighted in the Featured image above).
Rulers are tools that assist the user in making precise selections.
Guides appear as nonprinting lines that float over the image. You can move and remove guides. You can also lock them so that you don’t move them by accident.
In Adobe Photoshop, how do you use Actions?
Adobe Photoshop is a raster graphics editor for Windows and macOS produced and released by Adobe Inc. It was first designed by Thomas and John Knoll in 1988. Since then, not only in raster graphics editing, but also in digital art in general, the software has become the industry standard. As a result, the software’s name has become a common trademark, leading to its use as a verb (for example, “to photoshop a picture,” “photoshopping,” and “photoshop contest”), despite Adobe’s objections. Photoshop supports masks, alpha compositing, and many colour templates, including RGB, CMYK, CIELAB, spot colour, and duotone, and can edit and compose raster images in multiple layers.
Which of the following options in Adobe Photoshop protects layers from losing quality after resizing or other commands?
Smart Objects are layers that contain image data from raster or vector images, such as Photoshop or Illustrator files. Smart Objects preserve an image's source content with all its original characteristics, enabling you to perform nondestructive editing to the layer.
To duplicate a layer style to another layer, which of the following sets of actions should be followed?
A layer style is a grouping of two or more layer effects that work together to produce a broader, more comprehensive look. Layer styles also include any Blending Options added to the layer, such as the blend mode and existing Opacity and Fill Opacity settings, as well as the layer’s blend mode. Photoshop layers are similar to layered acetate sheets. The layers below can be seen through transparent areas of a plate. Layers with transparent areas allow you to see the layers underneath them. Compositing several images, adding text to an image, and adding vector graphic shapes are all tasks that involve layers.
To draw lines, forms, and create digital images, which of the following types of computer graphics uses mathematical formulas?
Vector images are described by lines, shapes, and other graphic image components stored in a format that incorporates geometric formulas for rendering the image elements. Raster (bitmap) image: At 100% the image looks almost the same as the vector version (below). Notice that as soon as the image is scaled, the pixels on the edge begin to show and the edges no longer look smooth.
What happens if you transform a text while holding down the Ctrl key?
It will transform the text from right and left at the same time. It will transform the text from top and bottom at the same time.
What does the color picker palette's caution icon mean?
Inspect an element, go to the styles tab, and click on any colour square to open the colour picker. It will bring up the colour picker, where you can change the current colour to any other colour you want. Tints are lighter versions of a colour created by mixing it with white, while shades are darker versions of the same colour created by mixing it with black. Pink, for example, is a red hue, while maroon is a red shade.
To correct a blurry image, which of the following procedures should be used?
When we blur a picture, the colour transition from one side of an edge to the other is smooth instead of abrupt. Rapid changes in pixel intensity are averaged out as a result of this effect. An image’s blur, or smoothing, eliminates “outlier” pixels that may be noise in the image. To sharpen your photos, go to the Photo Editor menu and open the picture you want to sharpen. Scan for the two sharpening options: Sharpen and Smart Sharpen, by pressing Edits. The Sharpen Tool improves the contrast around the image’s edges. To do so, shift the slider to the right.
To save an optimized image, which of the following procedures should be used?
Image optimization is the process of shrinking the file size of your images as much as possible without losing quality in order to keep page load times as low as possible. It’s all about image optimization. That is, getting your product and decorative images to appear in image search results on Google and other image search engines. As a general guideline: The 90 percent JPEG resolution results in a very high-quality image with a substantial reduction in file size compared to the initial 100 percent file size. JPEG quality of 80% allows for a larger file size reduction with almost no quality loss.
Which of the following tools can be used to brighten an area of an image?
The brightness function keys can be found on your arrow keys or at the top of your keyboard. To change the brightness of the screen on the Dell XPS laptop keyboard (shown below), hold the Fn key and press F11 or F12. To open the Action Centre, click Windows + A on your keyboard, which will show a brightness slider at the bottom of the window. The brightness of your monitor is changed by rotating the lever at the bottom of the Action Center left or right.
An image histogram's brightness, contrast, and tonal range are adjusted with which of the following tools?
An image histogram is a type of histogram that represents the tonal distribution in a digital image graphically. The number of pixels for each tonal value is plotted. A viewer can judge the entire tonal distribution at a glance by looking at the histogram for a particular picture. To find the full histogram of an image, simply load it in grayscale mode. hist is a 256×1 array in which each value refers to the number of pixels in the image and their pixel values.
What element gets adjusted when you change the size of an image?
Explanation: >br> The resize property decides whether or not a user can resize an element by clicking and dragging the element’s bottom right corner. Unless the overflow property is set to something other than visible, which is the default value for most objects, resize has no impact. It’s also worth noting that Firefox allows you to reduce the size of an element to a fraction of its original size. You cannot resize an element in a Web kit browser to make it smaller, only larger (in both dimensions).
In a 3D workspace, how can you make 3D models like a cube and a sphere?
While you can definitely work in 3D, this classic workspace is primarily a 2D drawing environment. The 3D modelling workspace in AutoCAD 2007 provides you with a collection of tools to help you get started with 3D modelling. Photoshop Extended included 3D support in Photoshop CS6. Photoshop CC includes all of the features found in Photoshop Extended. There isn’t a separate Extended version of Photoshop CC.
Which of the following is Adobe Photoshop's primary file format?
The default file extension for Photoshop files is .PSD, which stands for “PhotoShop Document.” A PSD file is a file that contains an image that can be used for most of Photoshop’s imaging options. Layers with masks, transparency, text, alpha channels and spot colours, clipping paths, and duotone settings are just a few of the options. In comparison, many other file formats (such as.JPG or.GIF) limit content in order to provide standardised, predictable functionality. The maximum height and width of a PSD file is 30,000 pixels, with a length limit of two gigabytes.