Basic Design
Basic Design 2
Color Selections
Lasso Tools
Marquee Tool
100
Combining images from different sources.
What is Composite
100
A subject of artistic representation.
What is a theme
100
Determines the similarity or difference of the pixels selected. Enter a value in pixels, ranging from 0 to 255. A low value selects the few colors very similar to the pixel you click. A higher value selects a broader range of colors.
What is Tolerance.
100
An anchor along your selection. A very small circle appears on the pointer, indicating you have reached a starting point.
What is Fastening Point
100
a series of dotted lines around the selected area sometimes referred to as the marching ants.
What is Marquee.
200
The layer that is always on the bottom.
What is the background.
200
Very small squares, each represents a color or shade.
What is a pixel.
200
After selecting certain commands, the small squares that surround the selection. You drag a handle to arrive at the look you want.
What are Handles.
200
The rate at which fastening points are applied.  This setting can be a value between 0 and 100; higher values insert more fastening points.
What is frequency.
200
Creates a 1 pixel-wide column selection. Creates a 1 pixel-wide row selection.
What is a Single Column Marquee and a Single Row Marquee.
300
The temporary storage area provided by your operating system.
What is the clipboard.
300
A picture in electronic format.
What is a digital image.
300
Selects colors using data from all the visible layers. Otherwise, the Magic Wand tool selects colors from the active layer only.
What is Sample All Layers.
300
The amount of blur between the selection and the surrounding pixels.  This setting is measured in pixels and can be a value between 0 and 250. Rhymes with "leather".
What is feather.
300
Creates elliptical selection. Press Shift while dragging to create a circle. Creates a rectangular selection. Press Shift while dragging to create a square
What is Elliptical Marquee Tool and the Rectangular Marquee Tool.
400
A combination of printed dimension and pixel resolution.
What is image size
400
The two basic methods you can use are using a tool or using color. Tools include, lasso, elliptical, rectangular etc. Sometimes synonymous with Marquee.
What is a Selection.
400
Selects only adjacent areas using the same colors. Otherwise, all pixels in the entire image using the same colors are selected.
What is Contiguous.
400
defines the tool’s sensitivity.  This setting can be a value between 1 percent and 100 percent; higher values detect high ____________edges. Also a knob on old school televisions.
What is Contrast.
400
the default format that Photoshop files are saved in.
What is a .PSD
500
The number of pixels per inch (ppi) that are printed on a page. The greater number of pixels the better clarity and quality of the image.
What is Image Resolution
500
Audience
What is A group of admirers.
500
In the Color Range Command, similar to tolerance, in that the lower the value, the closer in color pixels must be to be selected. Bears, dogs and some bearded men have this quality too.
What is fuzziness.
500
The smoothness of the selection, achieved by softening the color transition between edge and background pixels. Reminds you of a double secret agent.
What is Anti-Alias
500
Non-printing horizontal and vertical lines that you can display on top of an image to help you position a selection.
What are Guides.
Click to zoom
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