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Key Concepts

  1. Edit tools
  2. Floating selection
  3. Lock transparency
  4. Jitter
  5. All Layers
  6. Minimum
  7. Snapshot
  8. Dodge and burn
  9. Sponge tool
  10. Source point
  11. Patch tool
  12. Clone source
Graphic Design Quizzes and Tests

Quiz #11

Photoshop Lesson 06
Due: January 31


Match the key concepts in the numbered list to the left with the letter of the phrase below that best describes it.


  1. Tools that lighten and darker portions of an image as you paint.
  2. An option in the Layers palette that limits your edits to the existing opaque pixels in a layer.
  3. A new palette in Photoshop CS3 that lets you scale, rotate, and even flip the source image as you paint it onto the destination, as well as preview the source as a translucent overlay.
  4. When using the paint bucket, turn on this check box in the options bar to fill areas of line art on an independent layer.
  5. Decreases or increases the saturation of an image, depending on the Mode setting in the options bar.
  6. A special kind of state in the History palette that remains available well after 20 operations.
  7. A loose collection of tools that modify the existing color or luminosity of a pixel without replacing its content.
  8. Drag a selection outline to heal the selected area, whether it was created with this tool or some other selection function.
  9. An image element that hover above the surface of the image, permitting you to move or transform it without harming the underlying original.
  10. A command in the Filter menu that can be used to expand the size of objects in a layer, especially useful with solid colors.
  11. The spot from which the healing brush samples information when repairing a flaw in an image.
  12. A series of percentage values in the Brushes palette that permit one or more attributes to vary randomly over the course of a brushstroke.

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