|Which command should you choose to change the current image mode to one that is appropriate for preparing an image to be printed using process colors? Image > Mode > CMYK Image > Mode > Lab Color Image > Mode > RGB Color Image > Mode > Indexed Color.
You have a grayscale image that you would like to print. You would like to add a color tint and print the image on two separate plates. Which should you choose? Image > Mode > Indexed Color Image > Mode > RGB Color Image > Mode > CMYK Color Image > Mode > Duotone.
In the Photoshop Color Settings dialog box you see a warning that says: You Creative Suite applications are not synchronized for consistent color. You want consistent color treatment across Photoshop, Illustrator, Acrobat, and InDesign. What should you do? From the Settings list choose: Monitor Color From the Settings list choose: Custom In Bridge, choose Edit > Creative Suite Color Settings and apply a color setting In Bridge, choose Preferences > Advanced and check the box to Use Software Rendering.
You have a document using the Adobe RGB (1998) color space, and you need to convert it to a smaller CMYK color space represented by a press profile. The document contains no significant colors that are outside the CMYK color space.
Which rendering intent will most effectively preserve the color relationships within the RGB document when it's converted to CMYK? Absolute Colorimetric Relative Colormetric Perceptual Saturation.
You choose View > Proof Colors and preview how colors will print on a specific printer.
What is a requeriment for Proof Colors to work properly? You have choose Edit > Assign Profile to assign the profile for the printer's color space You have choose Edit > Convert to Profile to convert the document into a the printer's color space You have also turned on View > Gamut Warning You have configured the Customize Proof Condition dialog box.
You want to display an on-screen preview of how you RGB document will look when produced in CMYK.
Wich should you choose to specify the device to simulate? View > Proof Setup View > Proof Colors Image > Mode > CMYK Color Image > Mode > Multichanel.
You are configuring the Color Settings dialog box for images intended for output to the web.
Which RGB working space should you choose? sRGB ProPhoto RGB Adobe RGB ColorMatch RGB.
You want to highlight certain menu items in in color.
What should you do? Choose Preferences > Interface > Show Channels in Color Choose Preferences > Interface > Show Tool Tips Choose Edit > Keyboard Shortcuts and use the Keyboard Shortcuts tab Choose Edit > Menus and use the Menus tab.
You have four images open in Photoshop. You currently see each image in its own separate window with its own title bar. You would like to see just one image and tabs for the other images.
Which should you choose? Window > Arrange > Float in Window Window > Arrange > Float All in Windows Click the 4-up button in the Arrange Documents menu Click the Consolidate All button in the Arrange Documents menu.
On the Mac OS, which should you choose to group all the workspace elements in a single, integrated window? View > Show > None Windows > Application Frame Window > Workspace > Basic View > Screen Mode > Standard Screen Mode.
Wich tow actions will display you image ate 100%? (Choose two) Select all that apply. Choose View > Actual Pixels Double-click the Zoom tool in the toolbox Double-click the Hand tool in the toolbox Press Ctrl+0 (Windows) or Command-0 (Mac OS) With the Zoom Tool selected, click the Print Size button in the options bar.
You have selected the Zoom tool.
What happens when you hold down the H key and click in the image and hold down the mouse button? Your image zoom changes temporarily You see an animated zoom continuously zooming into an image You see a synchronized zooming in of multiple images that are tiled You zoom into an image while increasing the window size to accommodate the enlarged image.
You want to prepare an image for the Web that includes reducing the image resolution.
Wich resample method is recommended as best for reduction? Bilinear Bicubic Sharper Nearest Neighbor Bicubic Smoother.
You have a 12-megapixel digital camera image and you want to reduce its size for a Web page where the image is required to be 400 pixels wide (with no height restriction). You want to edit the image further as a layered Photoshop file, so it must remain in Photoshop format after resizing.
What is the best way to resize the entire image to the requirements above? Choose Image > Canvas Size, and in the New Size section set Width to 400 pixels Choose File > Save for Web & Devices, and set W: to 400px Choose Image > Image Size, deselect Resample Image, and set Resolution to 72ppi Choose Image > Image Size, select Resample Image, and set Pixel Dimensions: Width to 400 pixels.
You want to add metadata to a JPEG file that will be used on the Web. Where should you enter the copyright information for that file ? File > Scripts > Statistics File > Import > Annotations File > File Info and select the Description tab File > Save for Web & Devices and select from the Metadata list.
You are using the Merge to HDR command to combine several images.
Wich Bit Deph will support the full range of luminance values of an HDR image? 8 Bit/Channel 16 Bit/Channel 24 Bit/Channel 32 Bit/Channel.
You are working with an HDR image and ou want to use a Photoshop filter that does NOT work with an HDR image. What should you do? Convert the image to 32 Bits/Channel Convert the image to 16 Bits/Channel Convert to LAB color mode at 32 Bits/Channel Convert to Multichannel mode at 16 Bits/Channel.
Which file format supports transparency in a Web browser? GIF PSD TIFF JPEG.
Which file format can store the original Camera Raw file and image data from a digital camera? Cineon format OpenEXR format Digital Negative format (DNG) Large Document Format (PSB).
You are copying artwork from Adobe Illustrator and pasting it into Photoshop.
Wich should you choose from the Paste options so that you create a layer that can be opened and edited in Illustrator? Smart Object Pixels Path Shape Layer.
You have converted a layer to a Smart Object and applied a Smart Filter. What can you do with the Smart Filter sub-layer? You can drag it onto a regular layer You can drag it onto another Smart Object layer You can merge it with the filter below If you edit the applied filter, you can preview filters stacked above it.
Which is an essential component of a color managed workflow? color profiles variables smart objects smart filters.
You are drawing a perspective plane in Vanish Point.
Which color indicates that you plane is a valid plane? red green yellow blue.
You open a Photoshop document prepared by someone else who created graphics prepared for NTSC DV. There is a large logo in the middle of the frame that's supposed to be circular, but it appears to be distorted into an ellipse.
What do you need to do to see the document winthout distortion? Choose View > Pixel Aspect Ratio > Square Choose View > Pixel Aspect Ratio > D1/DV NTSC (0.91) Choose View > Pixel Aspect Ratio Correction Choose View > Actual Pixels.
You want to use the Video Preview plug-in to preview an image open in Photoshop on a display device. What should you do? Convert any 16-bpc images to 8-bpc images Check the appropriate File Compatibilty options using File > Preferences (Windows) or Photoshop > Preferences (Mac OS) Connect the display device to yout computer via FireWire Connect the display device to your.
You are creating a new Photoshop document. Which option in the New dialog box should you choose in order to create an HDR document? Set the bit depth to 32 Set the image resolution to 32 pixels/inch From the Color Mode popup list, choose LAB Color In the Advanced section, select ProPhoto RGB from the Color Profice popup list.
When you view a 32-bit HDR image, what is the function of the 32-Bit Preview slider at the bottom of the document window? It set the white point of the image data in preparation for downsampling to a 16-bit or 8-bit image It sets the white point of the 32-bit image data as you make edits in 32-bit mode It lets you see different segments of the total dynamic range of the image, since a monitor can't display the entire dynamic range at once It adjusts the highlight compression of a 32-bit image.
Which projection is optimized for wide horizontal panoramas Perspective Cylindrical Collage Spherical.
Which section of the Print dialog box provides the option to turn on Crop marks? Page Setup Output Color Management Transfer.
You're trying to center your image on a sheet of paper, but the margins visible in the Print dialog preview are not even.
Where does Photoshop obtain information about available paper sizes and printer margins? The Output pane of the Print dialog box The document size information you enter in the New dialog box The printer selected in the Page Setup dialog box The Canvas Size dialog box.
In the Print dialog box, which two options must be turned off so that you can specify placing the image .25 inches from the left and top edges of the paper on which you are printing? (Choose two.) Select all that apply. Inteporlation Bounding Box Center Image Registration Marks Scale to Fit Media.
You are working in the Print dialog box. You want to be able to drag a handle to scale your image. Which should you select? Bounding Box Print Selected Area In the Position section, deselect Center Image In the Functions section of the Output settings, select Interpolation.
You are working in the Color Management section of the Print dialog box. Which option should you choose to take advantage of a custom ICC? Relative Colorimetric Absolute Colorimetric Printer Manages Colors Photoshop Manages Color.
You are printing to a professional photo inkjet printer, an accurate printer ICC profile is available for the ink and paper combination you use (which you select in the Printer Profile section of the Print dialog box), and it is possible to disable color management in the printer driver.
What is the correct selection in the Color Handling pop-up menu? Printer Manages Colors Photoshop Manages Colors Separations No Color Management.
You've been asked to prepare RGB digital camera images for a printed catalog. The image requirements are CMYK files without embedded profiles, with colors converted to the color space of the CMYK press. What's the best way to perform the RGB-to-CMYK conversion for the press? Choose Edit > Convert to Profile Choose Edit > Assign Profile Choose Image > Mode > CMYK Choose View > Proof Setup > Working CMYK.
You want to print a hard proof. In the Color Management section of the Print dialog box, what does selecting Simulate Paper Color do? Accurately displays the range of colors based on your selected paper The darkest colors are printed as dark as possible without accurate simulation Photoshop will adjust for differences in black points for different papers The lightest colors are printed as light as possible without accurate simulation.
You want to print a hard proof on your local printer to see how your image will appear when it is printed on a printing press. In the Color Management options of the Print dialog box you have selected the option for Proof.
Which setting should you choose in the Color Handling list? Printer Manages Colors Photoshop Manages Colors Separations No Color Management.
You are preparing a Photoshop image to be used in an InDesign document that will be printed. From InDesign you want to be able to select from multiple layer comps as well as maitain the ability to edit the linked file within Photoshop. In which format should you save the file? PSD TIFF Photoshop PDF Photoshop EPS.
In the Save for Web & Devices dialog box you have chosen to save an image in GIF format and have turned on Transparency. Which dithering mode will eliminate any seams? No Dither Diffusion Pattern Noise.
You are saving your file for Web output. Which two file formats support transparency? (Choose two.) Select all that apply. GIF PNG TIFF JPEG WBMP.
You have a Photoshop document that has areas of transparency. You have chosen Save for Web & Devices. You have selected JPEG as your output format. Which option sould you set to determine the fill color for the transparent pixels? Progressive Optimized Blur Matte.
How do you export a JPEG image with all metadata deleted other than copyright and contact information? Select Optimized in the settings section Select Edit Output Settings from the settings pop-up menu Selected Copyright and Contact Info from the Metadata pop-up menu Select None from the Metadata pop-up menu.
Which command lets you export an animation as an animated GIF file? File > Save As (then choose CompuServe GIF from the Format pop-up menu) File > Save for Web & Devices Convert to Frame Animation on the Animation panel menu Export > Render Video.
You have created frame-based animations by modifying image layers using the Animation panel. You want to save the animation so that i can be played in a Web browser.
Which command and file format should you use to save the file? File > Save As, GIF File > Save for Web & Devices, GIF File > Save A, PNG-8 File > Save for Web & Devices, PNG-8.
You are preparing to slice your Photoshop document to prepare it for Web output. Which type of slice will update if you move or edit layer content? User slice Auto slice Layer slice Guide slice.
You are working with a Curves adjutment layer. Which should you choose in the Curves dialog box to be able to lighten or darken a specific area of the image by dragging? the black point eyedropper the white point eyedropper the pencil tool the On-image adjustment tool.
You are viewing an image in Photoshop with no current selection. You click on a color adjustment icon in the Adjustments panel. How will the color adjustment affect the image? Photoshop applies the adjustment directly to the entire image layer Photoshop applies the adjustment to the portion of the image layer viewable in the document window. Photoshop creates an adjustment layer and applies the adjustment to the entire adjustment layer Photoshop creates an adjustment layer that includes a layer mask that will be black by default.
You are using a Curves adjustment to adjust the color of an image. You have set the Curves to display light levels rather than percentages. highlights midtones shadows fill light.
In the Adjustments panel which method sould you use to increase color saturation while preventing skin tones from being oversatured? Select Relative in Selective Color Increase Vibrance value in Vibrance Increase the Gamma setting in Exposure Select Preserve Luminosity in Color Balance.
When using the Brush tool, which blending mode will allow you to paint the hue and saturation of you blend color while preserving the luminance of the base color? Hue Color Saturation Luminosity.
You are painting on a layer using the Brush tool with the airbrush option turned off, a flow of 20% and an opacity of 50%.
Wich action will result in the building up of the swatch color to a specific area of the image beyond the flow percentage but not exceeding the opacity setting? Keeping the mouse button depressed while holding the mouse still Dragging over the same area of the image repeatedly without lifting the mouse button Holding down Alt (Windows) or Option (Mac OS) and dragging over the same area of the image repeatedly without lifting the mouse button Holding down Ctrl (Windows) or Command (Mac OS) and dragging over the same area of the image repeatedly without lifting the mouse button.
You are painting with the Brush tool. You would like the paint to build up when you hold down the mouse button. What should you do? Set the blending mode to Darken Set the blending mode to Multiply Turn off the Airbrush Turn on the Airbrush.
You are creating a custom brush by using the Brushes panel. What do Jitter percentages specify? The randomness of various brush attributes The direction of a brush tip on its x or y-axis The fade of a brush attributes over a set number of steps The variance of brush attributes based on pen pressure.
You have made a selection using a selection tool. You want to create a custom brush from the selection. Which should you choose? Edit > Preset Manager Edit > Define Brush Preset From the Brushes panel options menu, choose Save Brushes From the Brushes panel options menu, choose Special Effect Brushes.
While retouching your image you want to control the opacity of the tool. Which should you choose? Patch Tool Clone Stamp Tool Healing Brush Tool Spot Healing Brush Tool.
You want to remove a small imperfection in a photo.
Which retouching tool automatically samples from around the retouched area and matches the texture, lighting, and transparency of the sampled pixels to the pixels being healed? Patch Tool Clone Stamp Tool Healing Brush Tool Spot Healing Brush Tool.
How should you set the transparency level for a particular point on a gradient? Apply the gradient to a new layer and set the opacity of the layer Set the opacity in the Gradient tool options bar and then apply the gradient In the Gradient Editor adjust the color stop below the gradient bar In the Gradient Editor adjust the transparency stop above the gradient bar.
You want to apply a filter to an image layer and be able to adjust the filter at a later time.
Before applying the filter, what should you do to enable later editing of the filter? Convert the layer to a Smart Object Add a Selective Color Adjustment layer Change the image mode to 16 Bits/Channel Add a Solid Color Fill layer and set the opacity to 0%.
You need to select an area of your image that is comprised of seven straight edges. Which tool should you use Lasso Tool Magnetic Lasso Tool Polygonal Lasso Tool Rectangular Marquee Tool.
You want to quickly select an object that has complex edges and is set against a hidh-contrast background. Which selection tool should you use? Lasso Tool Magic Wand Tool Magnetic Lasso Tool Polygonal Lasso Tool.
You want to select an orange object in an image. You choose Select > Color Range and click the orange object. However, there is another object that is exactly the same color in a different part of the image, which you don't want to select.
Which method will select only the desired orange object without having to leave the Color Range dialog box? Select Localized Color Clusters and adjust the Range slider Select the Subtract from Sample eyedropper and click the unwanted object Decrease the value of the Fuzziness slider Select the Eyedropper and Option-click (Mac OS) or Alt-click (Windows) the unwanted object.
Which action loads a previously save selection into an image? Drag the channel containing the selection you want to load onto the image area Alt-click (Windows) or Option-click (Mac OS) the channel containing the selection you want to load Ctrl-click (Windows) or Command-click (Mac OS) the channel containing the selection you want to load Drag the channel containing the selection over the icon at the bottom of the Channels panel.
You have saved a selection. Where should you view the saved selection? Layers panel Paths panel Masks panel Channels panel.
You have defined a tex layer as text replacement variable. What should you do next? Define Data Sets Create an action Write a script Create a droplet.
You have created a selection using the elliptical marquee and want to increase it size to match a section of your image while maintaining its proportions. Which should you choose? Edit > Free Transform Edit > Transform > Scale Select > Modify > Border Select > Transform Selection.
You have selected some pixels. You want to sharpen the selection edge and remove fuzzy artifacts using Refine Edge. Which option should you adjust? Radius Feater Smooth Contrast.
Your selection edge has several areas with fine detail. You want to create a more exact selection boundary around those areas by changing the size of the area around the selection edge. Which option should you use first in the Refine Edge dialog box to make that adjustment? Radius Contrast Smooth Feather.
Which option in the Refine Edge dialog box will sharpen the selection edge and remove fuzzy artifacts? Radius Contrast Smooth Feather.
You have made a selection of a group of pixels in your image. You want to copu these pixels to their own layer. What should you do? Click the New Layer button on the Layers panel Click the New Layer Group button on the Layers panel Choose Layer > New > Layer Choose Layer > New > Layer via Copy.
You are currently editing a Photoshop file with three layers and NO layer groups. You select the second layer and choose Layer > New Layer to create a new layer. Where will the new layer be placed? Above the selected layer Below the selected layer At the top of the existing layers At the bottom of the existing layers.
A document contains five layers of the same size, distributed unevenly from the left edge to the right edge of the image. They're all selected in the Layers panel, and the Move tool is selected. How should you evenly distribute the layers along a horizontal axis? Click the Arrange Documents button in the Options bar and then click the Tile All Horizontally button Choose File > Automate > Fit Image Choose Layer > Align > Horizontal Centers Click the Distribute Horizontal Centers button on the Options bar.
You have multiple layers ina an image. You would like to align the top edge of each of the layers. Which sould you choose? Edit > Auto-Align Layers Edit > Auto-Blend Layers Layer > Align > Top Edges Layer > Align > Right Edges.
Why would you create layer comps? To create multiple variations of a layout in a single Photoshop file To apply attributes or masks to multiple layers simultaneously To transform one or more layers of content without directly editing image pixels To organize multiple layers by placing them.
You're preparing three alternative designs for a client. All three alternatives use the same five layers; the only difference is that they're arranged differently on the canvas. You'd like to arrive at the client site, open the document, and immediately display each arrangement with a single click. How should you store the layer arrangements? Create a layer group for each design alternative Create a layer comp for each design alternative Create a layer mask for each design alternative Create a history state for each design alternative.
Which blending mode should you apply to the color layer to colorize the grayscale layer, using the hue and saturation of the color layer while preserving the gray levels of the grayscale layer? Dissolve Difference Exclusion Color.
You are applying multiple layer effects to different layers in your image. Which setting will ensure that all effects that use a lighting angle will have the same lighting angle? Layer Knocks Out Drop Shadow Use Global Light Blend Mode set to Normal Blend Mode set to Multiply.
When using layers effects, which option ensures that the lighting angle is the same for all of the effects? Angle Contour Linear Light Use Global Light.
You want to edit an existing layer style. Which action will enable you to edit one or more effects defined by the layer style? Double-click and effect displayed below the layer name in the Layers panel Alt-click (Windows) or Option-click (Mac OS) an effect displayed below the layer name Alt-click (Windows) or Option-click (Mac OS) the layer name in the Layers panel Right-click or Control-click (Mac OS) the layer name in the Layers panel an select Layer Properties.
Which set of attributes can you save in the Styles panel? The stacking order and visibility of layers 18-point Helvetica Bold type formatting Drop Shadow settings combined with a Gradient Overlay effect A calligraphic brush that uses stylus pressure to set brush size.
Which command will allow you to convert a color image to black and white with the most control while NOT directly editing image pixels? Image > Mode > Grayscale Image > Adjustments > Black & White Image > Adjustments > Channel Mixer Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Black & White.
You want to convert a color image to black and white. Which technique will allow you to non-destructively edit the mapping of the image's color to grayscale values? Image > Adjustments > Black & White Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Black & White Layer > Mode > Grayscale Image > Mode > Duotone.
You want to hide a portion of a layer. You want to do this in an editable, non-destructive manner. Which should you create? a layer mask a smart object an alpha channel a spot color channel.
Explain the uses of masks and channels. How should you accurately preserve a selection for future editing? Create a work path Create a new adjustment layer Save the selection as a channel Edit the selection in the Quick Mask Mode.
You have applied a layer mask to a layer in your image. By Painting in the mask with black you have hidden a portion of the layer. You decide that you would like to reveal the hidden areas and hide the areas that are currently visible. Which should you choose in the Masks panel? Density Feather Color Range Invert.
Using the Masks panel, you have made a pixel mask active and you want to add to the mask, hiding an additional area of the image. How should add to the mask? In the Masks panel, increase the Feather In the Masks panel, decrease the Density Using the Brush tool, paint the areas that you want to hide with black Using the Brush tool, paint the areas that you want to hide with white.
You are currently viewing only the Blue channel of an RGB image. The Blue channel is also selected for editing. What should you do to view only the Red channel and target it for editing? Click the Red channel name Click the eye column next to the Red channel Alt-click (Windows) or Option-click (Mac OS) the eye column next to the Red channel Control-click (Windows) or Command-click (Mac OS) the Red channel name.
Which command should you choose to create a new channel? Select > Save Selection Select > Transform Selection Channel Panel Menu > Panel Options Channel Panel Menu > Channel Options.
When should you use a vector mask instead of a layer mask? When you want to create an adjustment layer based on sampled colors in an image When you want to create a resolution-dependent mask based on a selection you made with the Magic Wand tool When you want to hide a portion of an image and be able to edit the hidden areaa at a later time using the Brush tool When you want to add a design element to you image that was created with a shape tool and has a clean, precise edge.
You want to vary the intensity of different areas of an adjustment layer. What should you do? Use a channel Use the Quick Selection tool Use a pixel mask Use a vector mask.
You want to use the content in a base layer to hide pixels in the layer above. Which should you create? a layer mask a clipping mask a vector mask an alpha channel.
You want to confine the effects of an adjustment layer to just one layer below it. Which should you choose? Select > All Layers Layer > Create Clipping Mask Layers Panel Menu > Lock Layers Layer > Layer Style > Blending Options.
You have created and modified a Quick Mask. Which action will convert the mask to selection and return you to Standard Editing mode? Click in the Toolbox Click in the Layers panel. Choose Select > Load Selection Choose Layer > Layer MAsk > Reveal All.
You want to create several variatons of your Photoshop document where a text layer changes based on data that you have defined. What should you do? Create a variable Create a layer comp Create a layer style Create a smart object.
You are drawing a series of curved path segments with the Pen tool. How should you create a corner anchor point? Drag from the last anchor point while pressing Shift Drag from the last anchor point while pressing Alt (Windows) or Option (Mac OS) Drag from the last anchor point while pressing Control (Windows) or Command (Mac OS) Drag from the last anchor point while pressing Control + Shift (Windows) or Command + Shift (Mac OS).
What advantage does a shape created from a vector drawing tool have over a shape created with a pixel-based tool? The shape is resolution-dependent and can be easily modified using the Brush tool The shape is resolution-independent and able to maintain crisp and defined edges when resized The shape can more efficiently represent the subtle gradations of shades within a photograph The shape can more efficiently represent the subtle gradations of color within a digital painting.
Which tool gives you the option to create a Shape Layer? Pen Tool Brush Tool Horizontal Type Tool Rectangular Marquee Tool.
You have drawn a path using the Pen tool. You want to save this project before creating a new path. What should you do? Nothing. It is automatically saved in the Paths Panel Deselect the path In the Paths Panel, double click the name Work Path and give it a new name Click the Create new path button at the bottom of the Paths Panel.
You need to add a clipping path to an image. A path aready exists in the Paths panel. Why is the Clipping Path command unavaliable? (FIGURA) The path isn't closed The path is a Work Path The path isn't selected in the Paths panel The path isn't selected using the Path Selection tool.
You have created a type layer. Currently the type is horizontal. How should you change it to vertical? Choose Edit > Transform > Rotate Choose Edit > Transform > Flip Vertical Click the Text Orientation button in the options bar Use the Character panel to set the vertical scale to 50%.
Which is an advantage of using Camera Raw to process digital camera raw files? Camera Raw can modify the raw data in a camera raw image Camera Raw includes support for all digital camera models When you use Camera Raw to make adjustments to a camera raw image, the image's original camera raw data is preserved Camera Raw allows you to change the settings in your camera.
You have converted a Camera Raw file to a Photoshop document. Wich aspect of Camera Raw processing CANNOT be repeated after a Raw file is converted to a Photoshop document? You want to recover as much highlight data as possible You want to correct chromatic aberration You want to use the Vibrance feature You want to apply a sharpening mask.
You are working in Camera Raw. You would like to lighten the shadow areas of an image without brightening the blacks. Which setting should you choose? Exposure Recovery Fill Light Brightness.
What feature in Camera Raw should you use to aid in reconstructing some detail from areas where one or two color channels are clipped to white? Clarity Vibrance Exposure Recovery.
When saving images in Camera Raw, which file format allows you to turn the JPEG Preview on or off? TIFF JPEG PSD DNG.
You would like to download photos directly from you camera. In the process you would like to convert them to DNG and rename them. Which should you choose? In Bridge, choose File > Get Photos from Camera In Bridge, choose Tools > Batch Rename In Photoshop, choose Browse in Bridge In Photoshop, choose Automate > Create Droplet.
You have adjusted the settings for a Raw image. You wan to apply those settings to another image in Bridge. What should you do? In the adjusted image, choose Edit > Copy, then select another image and choose Edit > Paste In the adjusted image, choose Edit > Develop Settings > Copy Camera Raw Settings, then select another image and choose Edit > Develop Settings > Paste Camera Raw Settings Choose Tools > Photoshop > Image Processor Choose Tools > Photoshop > Process Collections in Photoshop.
You want to apply the same adjustments you have made to one camera raw file to five other images that were taken at the same time and under the same lighting conditions. Which application allows you to use the Synchronize command to make these adjustments? Bridge Photoshop After Effects Camera Raw.
You want to assign keywords to your image files in Bridge. Where will you find the list of available keywords? Keywords Panel Tools > Append Metadata In the Keywords options of the Preferences dialog box In the Filter Panel, expand the Keywords.
You have created a Collection of multiple files that you plan to use in a project. You want to see only the Photoshop files in that Collection. What should you do? Select Photoshop document in the Filters panel Apply the keyword Photoshop to each file Choose Tools > Photoshop > Batch Choose Tools > Photoshop > Image Processor.
You want to use Bridge to perform a one-time search for all images in the current folder that contain the keyword "might" and were shot at an ISO Speed Rating faster than 800. Which feature would perform this search precisely and with the least amount of setup ? The Find command The Quick Search field A Smart Collection The Filter panel.
You handle hundreds of incoming TIFF files during a normal workweek, and you need to automatically process only the files exceeding a certain file size. Why is a script a better solution than an action? Scripts are not limited by file size Scripts are not limited by the number of files processed Scripts support conditional (if/then) statements Scripts work on any file format supported by Photoshop.
You want an action to open a dialog box and wait for input from the user, and without recording the dialog box settings in effect when you create the action. Which method will achieve the goal? After you record opening the dialog box, click Cancel After you record opening the dialog box, hold down Option (Mac OS) or Alt (Windows) to change the Cancel button to Reset, and click that button Choose Insert Menu Item from the ACtions panel menu and select the command you want the action to choose After you record opening the dialog box, choose Insert Stop from the Actions panel menu.
What does the Compatibility option in the Batch dialog box do? Makes files compatible with the appropriate color space Makes actions compatible with previous versions of Photoshop Makes file names compatible with supported operating systems Makes file formats compatible with supported operating systems.
Where do you choose the Photomerge command in Photoshop? File > Automate File > Export File > Scripts The Actions Panel.
You want to start from a folder of TIFF images, batch rename them, convert them to sRGB, and fit each within 600 by 600 pixels. Why should you use Batch processing instead of the Image Processor? Running a Batch action supports TIFF images Running a Batch action supports batch-renaming Running a Bath action supports conversion to sRGB Running a Batch action supports the Fit Image command.
You have selected several images in Bridge. Which command allows you to convert multiple files to another format without first creating an action? Tools > Photoshop > Batch Tools > Photoshop > Photomerge Tools > Photoshop > Image Processor Tools > Photoshop > Process Collection in Photoshop.
Which feature will allow you to have an event, such as opening or saving a file, trigger a Photoshop action? Actions Scripting Adjustments Batch actions.
You're stamdardized you workflow around Adobe RGB (1998). How do you configure the Color Settings dialog box so that you're always alerted when an RGB image you open contains a profile that's different than the RGB working space in the Color Settings dialog box? In the working Spaces section, make sure Adobe RGB (1998) is selected in the RGB pop-up menu In the Color Management Policies section, choose Convert to Working RGB from the RGB pop-up menu In the Color Management Policies section, select the Ask When Opening check box in the Profile Mismatches check box In the Color Management Policies section, select the Ask When Opening check box in the Missing Profiles check box.