Adobe EXAM 9A0-150

Adobe® Photoshop CS5 ACE Exam

Total Questions:

100

Question: 1
You are working with the shape layer in an image of your project. You want to preserve transparency of the shape layer while working with other layers. Which of the following options are correct in this scenario? A. You will choose the Lock Image Pixels command to preserve transparency of the shape layer. B. There is no need to apply any lock option since transparency of the shape layer is automatically preserved. C. You cannot lock a shape layer. D. You will choose the Lock Transparent Pixels command to preserve transparency of the shape layer. Answer: B Explanation: While working with Type and Shape layers, there are two lock mode automatically selected, i.e., Lock Transparent Pixels that preserves transparency, and Lock Image Pixels that prevents modification of the layer's pixels using the painting tools. These lock options cannot be deselected with the Type and Shape layer. Answer option A is incorrect. Lock Image Pixels command prevents modification of the layer's pixels using the painting tools. Answer option C is incorrect. You can lock a shape layer. Answer option D is incorrect. Since Shape layer automatically selects the Lock Transparent Pixels, there is no need to choose this option.

Question: 2
Arrange in chronological order the steps that you will take to create graphics from templates and data sets.

Answer:

Explanation: You need to take the following steps in order to create graphics from templates and data sets: Create a graphic to use it as a template. Put the elements, which you want to change in the graphic, on different layers. Define variables in the graphic to specify the parts of the image that you want to change. Create data sets in the template, or alternatively, you can import them from a text file. Preview the document with each data set before you export the files to see how your final graphics will look like. Generate graphics by exporting them with the data.

Question: 3
You want to reduce the opacity of a layer's contents. You want to ensure that the layer styles applied to it are not affected. What will you do to accomplish this task? A. Drag the Opacity slider down. B. Click the Lock Image button. C. Click the Lock Transparency button. D. Drag the Fill slider down. Answer: D Explanation: The Fill setting affects only the contents of a layer. It does not apply to any masks or layer styles that are applied to the layer. Answer option A is incorrect. The Opacity setting affects the entire layer. It applies to the contents of the layer as well as anything, such as masks or layer styles, applied to the layer. Answer option B is incorrect. The Lock Image button is used to prevent the use of painting tools on a layer. Answer option C is incorrect. The Lock Transparency button is used to restrict editing on the transparent portions of a layer.

Question: 4
Which of the following is an advantage of raster graphics? A. Image adjustments can be applied on them without losing details. B. They can be scaled without losing the quality of an image. C. They can represent continuous-tone images. D. They are not affected by resolution. Answer: C Explanation: Raster graphics: Raster graphics are usually known as bitmap images. These graphics are made up of a grid of pixels. Raster graphics contain a fixed number of pixels and the information about the color and location of each pixel. Raster graphics are resolution-dependent, so they lose details, when scaled. The advantage of raster graphics is that they have an ability to represent continuous-tone images because they can produce subtle gradations of shades and color.

Question: 5
Lisa wants to select a circular area in an image and fill it with the orange color. Which of the following selection tools will she use to make a circular selection? A. Magnetic Lasso B. Elliptical Marquee C. Lasso D. Single Column Marquee Answer: B Explanation:

Question: 6
Which of the following layers uses a vector mask by default? A. Type layer B. Background layer C. Shape layer D. Vector layer Answer: C Explanation: The shape layer is added automatically to the Layers palette when you use a shape tool or a pen tool with the Shape Layer option that is active in the Options bar. The outline of the shape is stored in a vector mask by default. Answer option D is incorrect. There is no such layer as Vector. Answer option B is incorrect. Masks cannot be added to the Background layer. The Background layer is a layer that is automatically created when you create a new image unless you set the Background Contents as Transparent in the New dialog box. Answer option A is incorrect. A type layer is added automatically to the Layers palette when you enter a text in an image. The type layer does not use any mask to store text.

Question: 7
You are working on an image with two layers. What will you do if you want to make the upper layer visible only where it is overlapping the contents of the lower layer? A. Select the upper layer in the Layers palette and choose the Layers > Merge Down command. B. Link both the layers. C. Create a clipping mask. D. Choose the Layers > Rasterize > All layers command. Answer: C Explanation: A clipping mask enables you to clip a layer by the contents of the layer beneath it. Answer option D is incorrect. The Layers > Rasterize > All layers command rasterizes all the layers that contain vector data into pixel images. Answer option B is incorrect. Linking two or more layers or layer sets enables you to move their contents together. It also enables you to copy, paste, align, merge, apply transformations to all linked layers, and create clipping masks from all linked layers. Answer option A is incorrect. The Layers > Merge Down command merges the layer selected in the Layers palette with the layer beneath it. When layers are merged, the data on the top layer replaces the data that it overlaps on the lower layer.

choose the Align Right Edges icon from the Options bar and then click the second layer. B. Press Alt + Right Arrow Key when your cursor is between two letters. Select the first layer. Press Alt + Left Arrow Key when you have selected all letters. D. If you press Alt + Right Arrow key or Alt + Left Arrow Key when you have selected all letters. The units for measuring kerning values are 1/1000 of an em space.Question: 8 You want to increase the kerning while typing the text in an image in Photoshop. You can also use a font's built-in kerning information (Metrics or Optical) from the Kerning pop-up menu for adjusting the kerning. you can fine-tune text appearance by expanding or contracting the space between letters. You need both the layers to be aligned to the right. Align Horizontal Center to align layers to the center etc. kerning will be decreased. Drag the left layer to align with the right layer by the mouse. Which of the following key-combinations will you use to accomplish the task? A. Press Alt + Left Arrow Key when your cursor is between two letters. Answer options B and D are incorrect. D. you can choose Align Right Edges to align the layers to the right layer. and the width of an em corresponds to current font size. Answer option C is incorrect. For example. it will increase or decrease the tracking between letters respectively. Select both layers and right-click the Layer panel and choose Align to Right option. With Kerning. . Question: 9 You have a Photoshop file that includes two layers. Answer: A Explanation: You will press Alt + Right Arrow Key when your cursor is between two letters to increase the kerning while typing the text in an image. You can adjust kerning manually by selecting or entering a numeric value in the Kerning field of the Character palette. Kerning refers to the space between pairs of letters. Press Alt + Right Arrow Key when you have selected all letters. C. Which of the following is the best method to accomplish the task? A. Select both layers and choose Align Right Edges icon in the Options bar. B. Answer: C Explanation: The align options icons in the Options bar is used to align the layers to each other by selecting the desired layers and pressing any of the align option icon on the Options bar. C. If you press Alt + Left Arrow Key when your cursor is between two letters.

Answer: A Explanation: The File > Scripts > Layer Comps to WPG command is used to export all layer comps to a web photo gallery. Which of the following actions will he take to accomplish the task? A. A layer comp is a snapshot of the state of the Layers palette. It is used to organize multiple versions of a layout in a single document. Saving several versions of a file creates multiple copies of an image. He wants to export all the layer comps as a gallery so that he can show it to his employer in a Web browser for approval. . Answer option B is incorrect. Create multiple comps of the layout. and channels. There is no such command as File > Export > Layer Comps to WPG. B. Save various versions of the image using the Save a Version command. Answer option C is incorrect. layer masks. Create various versions of the image using the Duplicate command. Answer option D is incorrect. Save different compositions to individual files. This command is useful when a user wants to view all the layer comps in a Web browser. What will he do to organize multiple versions of the layout in a single image? A. He wants to create various compositions of a layout so that he can show them to his client for approval. C. Answer: D Explanation: Mark will create multiple comps of the layout to present them to his client for approval. Answer option B is incorrect. Choose File > Scripts > Layer Comps to WPG.Question: 10 Walter is creating an image for his company's website. He is designing a banner for a client. Choose File > Scripts > Layer Comps To Files. The Duplicate command (Image > Duplicate) is used to create a duplicate image of the foreground image with all layers. The File > Scripts > Layer Comps To Files command is used to export all layer comps to individual files. Choose File > Export > Data Sets as files. C. Choose File > Export > Layer Comps to WPG. B. Answer option A is incorrect. position. and appearance (layer styles are applied) of each layer in an image. The Save a Version command (File > Save a Version) is used to save changes to the Version Cue Workspace. It stores and recalls information about certain key aspects. He saves various compositions of a layout as layer comps. such as the visibility. D. Question: 11 Mark works for an advertising company. D. Answer option C is incorrect. The File > Export > Data Sets as files command is used to generate graphics using data sets.

Apply kerning on the shape layer and then apply a filter. B. and then set the filter options. you should save your project before applying the rasterize command. Special filters with smart options. C. so it cannot be a solution. . Kerning refers to the space between a pair of letters. Which of the following actions will you choose to accomplish the task? A. These filters can be edited. you can flatten the Shape layer into pixels. Anti-aliasing is the option that can be used to smoothen the edges. and Vanishing Point filters as Smart Filters. Filters that can only be applied to smart objects. You cannot apply a filter directly on a shape layer. C. Question: 13 What does the Smart Filter expression refer to? A. Filters that is imported with Illustrator smart objects. the user cannot apply the Extract. you can fine-tune text appearance by expanding or contracting the space between letters. Answer: D Explanation: To apply a filter. edges become smoother.Question: 12 You want to apply a filter on a Shape layer. Answer option A is incorrect. Filters applied to smart objects. D. or deleted because they appear in a new sub-layer of the smart object layer. Apply a filter directly on the Shape Layer. hidden. However. select a Smart Object layer. It cannot help you to apply a filter. Kerning cannot convert a shape layer into pixels. Liquify. With Kerning. D. Rasterize the Shape layer and then apply a filter. choose a filter. B. Pattern Maker. Perform anti-aliasing and then apply a filter. When you increase anti-aliasing. Answer: D Explanation: Smart Filters refer to the filters that a user applies to smart objects. you have to first rasterize the given Shape layer. By using the rasterize option. Answer option B is incorrect. To work with Smart Filters. Answer option C is incorrect. you cannot edit the Shape layer. Since after applying this option.

and choose Layer > Create Clipping Mask. Choose Layer > Create Clipping Mask from Linked while the desired layers are linked in the Layers palette. and choose Layer > Create Clipping Mask. Choose Layer > Create Clipping Mask while the pattern layer is selected in the Layers palette. Position the logo layer just above the leaf layer. select the leaf layer. transform. and choose Layer > Create Clipping Mask. C. and a leaf layer. The style will apply only on the bottommost layer. select the leaf layer. The style will not affect any layer. a background layer. select the logo layer.Question: 14 You have an image with three layers. select the logo layer. The style will apply on all the four selected layers simultaneously. and click as the pointer changes into two overlapping circles. You want to use the content of the logo layer to mask the leaf layer. C. you will have to position the layer that contains pattern just above the layer you want to act as a mask and take any one of the following steps: Hold down the Alt (Windows) or the Option key (Mac OS). B. Position the logo layer just above the leaf layer. . B. To create a clipping mask. Position the leaf layer just above the logo layer. What will happen if you select all the four layers and apply a style from the Styles palette? A. D. What will you do to accomplish the task? A. align. and choose Layer > Create Clipping Mask. Answer: A Explanation: You can select more than one layer to work on them at a time. Position the leaf layer just above the logo layer. or apply styles from the Styles palette simultaneously. Answer: C Explanation: Clipping masks enables you to clip a layer by the content of the layer beneath it. Question: 15 You have an image with four type layers. Selected layers act as a unit and allow you to move. D. take the pointer over the line separating both the layers in the Layers palette. The style will apply only on the topmost layer. a logo layer.

. Answer option A is incorrect. Which of the following is the best image format to choose? A. The GIF format compresses the image and reduces the number of colors in the image. TIFF B. This format is suitable for displaying continuoustone images on the Web. Answer option C is incorrect. Answer option B is incorrect. PNG Answer: B Explanation: When you create images for Web.Question: 16 You are creating a company's logo with a drop shadow for the company's Website. This format is suitable for displaying photographs and other continuous-tone images on the Web. JPG C. introducing a surrounding matte color. Answer option D is incorrect. This format is not suitable for Web images. it renders the transparency. If the image has variable transparency. you need to have the file format that is small in size and creates a good quality. This format is suitable for displaying indexed-color graphics and images on the Web. The PNG-8 format is very much similar to the GIF format. The PNG-24 file format enables you to render the transparency without using matte color to fill transparent areas. It can preserve up to 256 levels of transparency in an image. It also supports hard-edged transparency. PNG-8 D. The Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG) format does not support transparency. PNG-24 Answer: D Explanation: The PNG-24 format supports hard-edged as well as variable transparency. JPEG C. GIF D. Answer option C is incorrect. Question: 17 You want to upload a good quality Image to your Website. This option produces a good quality image but does not produce a high file size. Answer option A is incorrect. GIF B. but it produces larger files as compared to the JPEG format. You want to maintain the full as well as variable transparency of the graphic and the shadow. The advantage of using the JPG format is that it produces a good quality image with a small size. In which of the following file formats will you save the image? A. The Graphics Interchange Format (GIF) format supports only hardedged transparency. This affects the quality of the image and produces a low quality image.

C. Path Selection C. Right-click the layer and choose make path from selection. Pen Answer: C Explanation: The Direct Selection tool enables you to reshape a segment in a path. D.Question: 18 How could you convert a selection into an editable path? A. Moving an anchor point with the Direct Selection tool alters the shape of the path. just click on the image and drag. Answer option B is incorrect. You can make this tool temporarily active by holding the Spacebar while using any other tool. You can also convert selection into path by right-clicking the path and choosing make Selection Answer options A. The Path Selection tool is used to select and move paths. and D are incorrect. B. The Pen tool is used to draw a path. Answer option A is incorrect. Choose Make Work Path from Selection from the path panel. It selects and moves only the path that is active in the Paths palette. Hand B. You can not convert selection to paths. These are not valid options. With this tool. you cannot select individual anchor points. You want to reshape a segment in the path. Answer option D is incorrect. To navigate around the image. B. This button converts the selection into an editable path. Remove the selection and draw a path in its location. Direct Selection D. Question: 20 . This tool enables you to navigate around the image if the image area is larger than the window. Which of the following tools will you use to accomplish the task? A. The Hand tool is used to move an entire image within a window. nor can you manipulate a path. This tool is used to select individual anchor points and manipulate them. Question: 19 You create a path using the Pen tool. Answer: C Explanation: You can convert selection into path through the path panel by clicking the make Work path from Selection button.

Question: 22 Mark has an image that is slightly blurred. B. Radius B. Which of the following sliders will he use in the Shadow tabs of the Smart Sharpen dialog box to accomplish the task? A. Answer: C Explanation: You can create a custom gradient using the Gradient Editor dialog box and save it as a preset using the New button in the dialog box. C. Select the path layer in the path panel. D. and choose Define Custom Shape from the Edit menu. Tonal Width D. A. To get this command either Select the shape path. and choose Define Custom Shape from the context menu. How can you save this shape to be shown on the vector shape pop-up palette? Each correct answer represents a complete solution. He wants to make it sharp so that the highlights are much sharper than the shadows. Fade Amount Answer: D Explanation: . Click the Save button from the Gradient Editor dialog box. D.You have created a shape using the path tool. C. Question: 21 Which of the following is a method to save your custom gradient as a gradient preset? A. Click the New button from the Gradient Editor dialog box. Also. Amount C. Drag the custom gradient to the gradient preset viewer. B. Choose two. Right-click the path using the select path tool and choose Define Custom Shape. Click the Save button in the Gradient tool options bar. Select the path layer in the path panel. Answer: AB Explanation: You can create a shape of your own and save as a custom shape in the shapes panel using the Define Custom Shape command. and then right-click and choose Define Custom Shape or Select the path layer and choose Define Custom Shape from the Edit menu. right-click and choose Define Custom Shape. you can export the gradient using the save button and save it as a GRB file. Select the path layer in the path panel.

The Tonal Width setting controls the range of tones. Users can also create clipping masks from linked layers. Magic Wand tool B. Linked layers can be transformed as if they were one layer. Tonal Width. merged. The chain symbol appears to the right of the layers' name in the Layers palette to indicate that the layers are linked. aligned. they can be separated at any time. Linked layers can be moved.The Fade Amount slider determines the strength of sharpness of either shadows or highlights. The user can link as many layers as he wants by repeating the action. Which of the following statements about linked layers are true? Each correct answer represents a complete solution. To create a link. Rectangle Marquee tool Answer: C Explanation: . in the same way. The Radius setting controls the size of the area around each pixel. pasted. the more the sharpness. Choose all that apply. and the painting and editing tools can be used on each layer independently. Question: 23 You have linked several layers in an image. the Tonal Width value increases. Selected areas on each layer can be filled independently. A user can unlink any layer at any time by simply selecting a linked layer and clicking the link button. However. B. which are modified in the shadows or highlights. The Shadow and Highlight tabs do not contain the Amount setting. but unlike merging. Linked layers can be moved as if they were one layer. the less the sharpness. the Tonal Width value decreases whereas when he moves it to the right. Answer option C is incorrect. The more the fade amount. This setting is used to determine whether a pixel is in the shadows or highlights. namely Fade Amount. copied. Magnetic Lasso tool D. Answer: DAB Explanation: Linked layers act as one unit. and transformed as if they were one layer. The Brush tool can be applied to all the linked layers at once as if they were one layer. and Radius. Lasso tool C. D. Any layer can be deleted without affecting others in a link group. They only contain three sliders. A. a user simply needs to select the layers or groups in the Layers palette and click on the link button at the bottom of the Layers palette. the selected areas can be filled. Question: 24 Which of the following selection tools allows you to automatically select borders of a specific color area by moving the mouse around it? A. Answer option B is incorrect. C. When a user moves the slider to the left. the less the fade amount. Answer option A is incorrect.

Answer option A is incorrect. However. this tool does not have any option to select color range in the image. the current print settings are used. Question: 26 . To print the image. The Print One Copy command is used to print a copy of a file without displaying a dialog box. Page Setup D. and select the output conditions that he wants to simulate. and color management options. The Magic Wand tool selects the area in an image with the same color range by just clicking on the area. Answer option B is incorrect. Answer option B is incorrect. Question: 25 Which of the following options enables a printed simulation of a document that a user wants to print? A. and follows it to make a selection. Answer option D is incorrect. Answer option D is incorrect. This tool identifies the area by using contrast. Print C. A user can choose View > Proof Setup. It enables you to make a selection in any shape or size. but it is not accurate enough to allow you to select the specific color range. The Page Setup command displays options specific to the printer. The Print command displays the Print dialog box. It gives the final output of printing an image. The Rectangle Marquee tool allows you to select a rectangular area in an image. number of copies. printer drivers. Proof Setup B. Print One Copy Answer: A Explanation: A hard proof is a printed simulation of a document that a user wants to print. A user should perform a hard proof on an output device that is less expensive than a printing press.The Magnetic lasso tool allows you to select parts of the image that are similar in color range. where a user can preview the file and select the printer. Just click to select the first point and move with the mouse around the desired selection area. Answer option C is incorrect. The Lasso tool allows you to select areas in the image by clicking and dragging the mouse through the areas. output options. and operating system.

Display. The right side of the dialog box is divided into five parts: Content Type. such as the visibility.You are a User Interface Designer. Alpha Channel B. changes reflect in the preview. gamma. Smart Object C. Each part contains various sliders to adjust the backlighting. Take the following steps to create a layer comp: . position. It also displays the list of features and capabilities of that model(s). To test how the graphic will look on mobile devices. Answer: Explanation: Click the Emulator tab to see the preview of the graphic. File Info. you choose File > Save for Web & Devices. Question: 27 You want to store information about certain key aspects. Mark the appropriate tab that will enable you to see the preview. Which of the following will you use to accomplish the task? A. scale and stretch the display. position. The Device Profiles tab enables you to see pictures of the model(s) for the device that is selected from the list of available devices. You have created a wallpaper using Photoshop for mobile devices. and adjust the horizontal and vertical alignment. Layer Comp D. and Alignment. Scaling. It stores and recalls information about certain key aspects. and appearance (layer styles are applied) of each layer in an image. History Palette Answer: C Explanation: A layer comp is a snapshot of the state of the Layers palette. and appearance (layer styles are applied) of each layer in an image. It is used to organize multiple versions of a layout in a single document. and contrast of the display. such as the visibility. As you drag the sliders. and click on the Device Central button in the Save for Web & Devices dialog box.

Choose Window > Layer Comps to open the Layer Comps palette. by applying any adjustment layer. and by setting the position of the artwork on a layer. layer styles. and opacity settings for the layers in the Layers palette. .Set the appearance for the layers in the document by hiding or showing the layers.1. 2. blending modes.

.Click the Create New Layer Comp icon at the bottom of the palette to create a layer comp.3. choose attributes (Visibility. 4. and add descriptive comments. Position. Click the OK button. and Appearance) to apply to the layers.Enter a name for the comp. A new layer comp can also be created by choosing New Layer Comp from the Layer Comps palette menu.

The user can apply layer styles and adjustment layers to the individual smart objects without affecting all the copies. It enables you to retrieve a saved selection and use it again. An alpha channel is a special type of channel that is used to store selections. The History Palette is used to restore the affected area from a specified history state. . Answer option A is incorrect. The embedded image data retains all the original characteristics of the image. alternatively. The selection can also be edited when the channel in which it is saved is selected in the Channels palette. Or. A Smart Object is just like a container in which a user can embed raster or vector image data. The user can even preserve the editability of high-resolution vector data from Illustrator. Answer option B is incorrect. Smart Objects enable the user to perform nondestructive scaling.5.Repeat all the above steps to create new layer comps. With Smart objects. Answer option D is incorrect. All the copies of the object will be updated when one of the copies is edited. Each layer comp can be previewed by clicking the Apply Layer Comp icon along the left side of the comp. select the comp and choose Apply Layer Comp from the Layer Comps palette menu. just as if you were in Quick Mask mode. the user can make multiple copies of a single object. You can also copy the selection to another image while the original image is open. rotating. and warping of raster and vector images.

Choose Filter > Sharpen > Sharpen Edges. The more the fade amount. Midtones. Fade Amount. Shadows.. You want to make it sharp. The advantage of creating mobile documents using the Adobe Device Central is that it gives you a lot of options that are suitable for the profiles of many mobile devices. in order to keep the highlights much sharper than the shadows in the image. Tonal Width. and allows you to check whether the desired mobile target will support your application or not. The Shadow and Highlight tabs contain three sliders. To set the sharpness of Midtones. Answer option C is incorrect. and Highlights individually. C. switch to the Highlights tab. Question: 29 You have an image that is slightly blurred. Answer option D is incorrect. Answer options C. Shadows. If you increase the fade amount of highlights. Choose Filter > Sharpen > Smart Sharpen. Choose File > New Photoshop file. the lesser the sharpness is. and Highlights individually. Adobe Device Central also lets you check the specification of each mobile device to let you consider it while developing your mobile work. Choose Filter > Sharpen > Smart Sharpen. Create a new document and save it as PSD. A and B are incorrect. how can you create a mobile document that will be used in Photoshop? A. Create a new document and choose convert to Photoshop. Shadows. Shadows. It allows you to set the sharpness of Midtones. and Highlights individually. and Radius. click the Advanced radio button.e. Answer: D Explanation: In Adobe Device Central. Choose Filter > Sharpen > Unsharp Mask and slide the Amount slider to the right. i. Answer: B Explanation: The Smart Sharpen filter enables you to sharpen some parts of an image more than others.. Which of the following actions will you perform to accomplish the task? A. The Unsharp Mask filter does not allow you to set the sharpness of Midtones. It introduces three tabs. the lesser the fade amount. B. choose the Filter > Sharpen > Smart Sharpen command. These are not valid options.e. It sharpens the edges of an image while preserving the overall smoothness of the image.Answer option A is incorrect. Therefore. C.Question: 28 In Adobe Device Central. and increase the fade amount. Choose File > New Document in Photoshop. and Highlights. D. D. The Fade Amount determines the strength of sharpness of either shadows or highlights. It sharpens only the edges of an image or any portion of the image according to the specified settings. or Highlights. switch to the Shadows tab. switch to the Shadows tab. and increase the fade amount. the more the sharpness is. B. Similarly. the sharpness of the light areas will decrease. The Sharpen Edges filter does not allow you to set the sharpness of Midtones. Shadows. You also want the highlights to be much sharper than the shadows. you can create a mobile document (File > New Document) that will be used in Photoshop. . and increase the fade amount. i.

A. Select the channel that contains a selection. Click the Add to selection button in the Options bar. Choose Select > Load Selection. Hold down the Ctrl + Shift (Windows) or the Command + Shift (Mac OS) keys. Select the channel that contains a selection. C. and click the Load Channel as a Selection button at the bottom of the Channels panel. Double-click the channel that contains a selection in the Channels panel. Choose two. Answer: CD Explanation: There are various methods to load a selection that you previously saved in Photoshop. Double-clicking the channel that contains a selection in the Channels panel allows you to set the properties of the channel. hold down the Alt (Windows) or the Option (Mac OS) key. and click the alpha channel. A. C. Which of the following actions will he take? Each correct answer represents a complete solution. Now he wants a selection that includes both the regions.Question: 30 How can you load a previously saved selection from the Channels panel? Each correct answer represents a complete solution. These methods are as follows: Select Load Selection from the Select menu. Choose two. B. D. There is no such option as Load Saved Selection in the Channels panel context menu. D. He makes another selection that overlaps a portion of the selection he has saved. Hold down the Shift + Ctrl + Alt (Windows) or the Shift + Command + Option (Mac OS) keys. Answer option B is incorrect. and select the Add to Selection radio button. Question: 31 David makes a selection and saves it as an alpha channel. Answer: CA . Select Load Selection from the Select menu. and click the alpha channel. B. and click the alpha channel. and click the Load Channel as a Selection button at the bottom of the Channels panel. Answer option A is incorrect. choose the alpha channel. Select Load Saved Selection from the Channels panel context menu.

This action selects a region that includes both existing as well as saved selection areas. Answer option B is incorrect. Choose all that apply. Go to Window > Extensions > Mini Bridge D. What is the best color table limit to choose? A.e. The best choice is to set the number of colors to the real number of colors in the image. Question: 33 Which of the following options can be used to open mini bridge in Photoshop CS5? Each correct answer represents a complete solution. 16 D. This option reduces the number of colors in the image and the quality as the color table will use the nearest color to the colors that are not included in the table. Answer options A and D are incorrect. Answer option C is incorrect. If you hold down the Shift + Ctrl + Alt (Windows) keys or the Shift + Command + Option (Mac OS) keys and click the alpha channel. 64 B. Click on the Mini Bridge icon in Application Bar in Photoshop CS 5 E. Go to File > Browse in Mini Bridge Answer: EBD . Go to Window > Extensions > Mini Bridge C.. These actions. clicking the Add to selection button in the Options bar. will do nothing. 128 Answer: B Explanation: The color table includes the color in the image. you can set the number of the colors in the image. The image includes 20 colors in the color table. The alternate method for selecting a region that includes both an existing and a saved selection is to choose Select > Load Selection. In the Load Selection dialog box. Answer option D is incorrect. and select the Add to Selection radio button. choose the alpha channel from the Channel drop-down menu. Question: 32 You are creating a PNG-8 image with indexed colors.Explanation: Holding down the Ctrl + Shift (Windows) or the Command + Shift (Mac OS) keys and clicking the alpha channel adds a saved selection to the existing selection. only the intersecting areas of the existing selection and the already saved selection will be selected. A. and clicking the alpha channel. When you create an indexed image. Go to Help > Extensions > Mini Bridge B. 20 C. i. holding down the Alt (Windows) or the Option (Mac OS) key.

A higher Amount value increases the contrast between edge pixels.. However it does not contain various advance features such as rating and labeling photos and adding them to collections. . The Radius value ranges from 1 to 250 pixels. The Radius setting determines the number of pixels surrounding the edge of an image. He can preview all the images in the folder and open theses images any time without leaving Photoshop CS5. Amount Answer: D Explanation: The Amount option sets the amount of sharpening. the more the pixels. It is a new panel in Photoshop that works as a window between Photoshop and Bridge. and the recommended radius is 1 to 2 pixels. The Angle option is available only when you choose the Motion Blur option from the Remove drop-down menu. you have to set the direction of the motion blur. Answer option C is incorrect.e. an amount between 150% and 200% is recommended. Remove D. but for a high-resolution image. You can use any of the following steps to open mini bridge: Go to File > Browse in Mini Bridge Go to Window > Extensions > Mini Bridge Click on the Mini Bridge icon in Application Bar in Photoshop CS 5 Go to Window > Extensions > Mini Bridge Question: 34 You have an unsharp image. and Motion Blur. In the angle field. For a low-resolution image. and provides the greater sharpness. Answer option A is incorrect. It affects the sharpness of the image. These options allow users to remove blurs caused by them. Which of the following controls in the Smart Sharpen filter will you use to specify the degree of sharpness? A.Explanation: In Photoshop CS5. Lens Blur. 100% is a good starting point. The Remove dropdown menu contains three options: Gaussian Blur. It allows the user to view and access images in Bridge without switching the desktop window. Adobe mini bridge is a new feature. You can set the direction in between -360o and +360o. By using mini bridge. The Amount value can be between 1% and 500%. i. the sharper the image will be. Answer option B is incorrect. the user can navigate to the folder that contains the image(s). Angle C. Radius B.

MPEG-4 (. Photoshop creates video layers only if Quick time player is installed on your computer. and other information? A. Metadata panel Answer: D Explanation: The Metadata panel of Adobe Bridge displays information about an image currently selected in the Preview pane of Adobe Bridge.mp4 or . Output workspace D. image height and width. which can be uploaded to an ftp server. focal length.mpg or .m4v).m4v) Answer: BAD Explanation: Photoshop supports the MPEG-1 (. It contains information about file size. . This option is used to export a PDF presentation of images or create a Flash Web gallery. color mode. Answer option C is incorrect. MPEG-1 (. MPEG-4 (. the Adobe Media Gallery feature is now known as the Output workspace. FLV (if Adobe Flash Professional is installed) video file formats. However. Smart collection is a collection that collects images and data based on various criteria. it is not used to retrieve information about file size. date of creation. Photoshop does not support VOB format for creating video layer.mpeg). AVI. Question: 36 Which of the following tools will you use to retrieve information about file size. date of creation. camera data. These criteria can be ISO (film speed). Keyword panel B. image height and width. AVI B. A. The Keyword panel is used to add a new keyword.mpeg) C. Smart collection C. color mode. color mode. remove a keyword. MPEG-2 (if MPEG encoder is installed). camera data. etc. In Adobe Bridge CS5.mp4 or . Answer option C is incorrect. VOB D. Answer option B is incorrect. and other information. camera data. image height and width. MOV. date of creation. resolution.mpg or .Question: 35 Which of the following video formats are supported by Photoshop for creating a video layer? Each correct answer represents a complete solution. resolution. resolution. Answer option A is incorrect. Choose all that apply. and assign keywords to images. or keywords.

or fills a selected area in the image. D. Transparent: It creates a transparent layer as the default document layer. It can be one of the following: White: It creates a white locked layer as the default document layer. Move the selected area. Question: 38 Mark makes a selection by using the Lasso tool. Answer: BCD Explanation: Mark can see feathering effects when he moves. Apply a gradient on the selected area. Transparent B. After making the selection. he chooses the Select > Feather command and sets 20 pixels as the value for Feather. you can choose which canvas color will display from the Background Contents drop-down menu of the New dialog box. Choose the Select > All command. Choose three. Background: It creates a locked layer with the same color as the background color. Black C. cuts. White Answer: B Explanation: When you create a new document in Photoshop. B. The feathering effects will also appear when he uses the Layer > New > Layer via Copy or the Layer > New > Layer via Cut command. A.Question: 37 Which of the following is NOT a canvas color option when creating a new document? A. Cut the selected area and paste it on a new layer. C. . What will he do to see the effect of the feathering option? Each correct answer represents a complete solution. copies. Background D.

. C. Answer option B is incorrect. Hold down the Ctrl (Windows) or the Command (Mac OS) key. Answer: AD Explanation: Holding down the Ctrl + Shift (Windows) or the Command + Shift (Mac OS) keys and clicking the alpha channel adds a saved selection to the existing selection. and click the alpha channel in the Channels palette. Now you want to use the same selection to edit your image. In the Load Selection dialog box. B. If you hold down the Shift + Ctrl + Alt (Windows) or Shift + Command + Option (Mac OS) keys and click the alpha channel. Question: 40 You have created a selection using the Lasso tool and saved it as an alpha channel. D. and select the Add to Selection radio button. Choose Select > Load Selection. Answer option C is incorrect. Choose the Load Selection option from the Channels palette menu. choose the alpha channel. What will you do to load the selection? A. These actions. Hold down the Ctrl + Shift (Windows) or the Command + Shift (Mac OS) keys. choose the alpha channel. He makes another selection that overlaps a portion of the selection he has saved. and click the alpha channel. and select the Add to Selection radio button. Answer: D . holding down the Alt (Windows) or the Option (Mac OS) key. i. Choose all that apply. clicking the Add to selection button in the Options bar.e. The alternate method for selecting a region that includes both an existing and a saved selection is to choose Select > Load Selection. Choose Select > Load Selection. and select the Add to Selection radio button. Hold down the Ctrl + Alt (Windows) or the Command + Option (Mac OS) keys. and clicking the alpha channel will do nothing. hold down the Alt (Windows) or the Option (Mac OS) key. and click the alpha channel in the Channels palette. Click the Add to selection button in the Options bar. B. and click the alpha channel. only the intersecting areas of the existing selection and the already saved selection will be selected. A. Now he wants a selection that includes both the regions. Hold down the Shift + Ctrl + Alt (Windows) or the Shift + Command + Option (Mac OS) keys. and click the alpha channel. C. This action selects a region that includes both existing as well as saved selection areas.Question: 39 David makes a selection and saves it as an alpha channel. choose the alpha channel from the Channel drop-down menu. D. Which of the following actions will he take? Each correct answer represents a complete solution.

The alternate method for loading the saved selection is to choose Select > Load Selection.e. The action. In the Load Selection dialog box. Answer option C is incorrect. Which of the following is the most appropriate tool to accomplish the task? A. Move Answer: C Explanation: . Path Selection D. Answer option B is incorrect. Choosing Select > Load Selection. holding down the Ctrl + Alt (Windows) keys or the Command + Option (Mac OS) keys and clicking the alpha channel. and select the New Selection option. You want to move the entire path to a new position. Answer option A is incorrect.e. Direct Selection C.. hold down the Ctrl (Windows) or the Command (Mac OS) key and click the alpha channel. The action. i.. will subtract the loaded selection from existing selections in the image. The option Add to Selection is available in the Load Selection dialog box only when the image already has a selection. i. and selecting the Add to Selection radio button.Explanation: In order to load the saved selection into the image. will add the loaded selection to any existing selections in the image. Convert Anchor Point B. choose the alpha channel from the Channel drop-down menu. Question: 41 You draw a path on a layer by using the Pen tool. selecting the alpha channel from the Channel drop-down menu. The Channels palette menu does not have the Load Selection option.

C. Raster graphics are resolution-dependent. Answer: D Explanation: Vector graphics: Vector graphics are made up using geometrical formulas to define lines and shapes. vector graphics require less memory for representation. The advantage of raster graphics is that they have an ability to represent continuous-tone images because they can produce subtle gradations of shades and color. click on the Shape Layers option in the tool Options bar. when scaled. choose a new color from a color spectrum or numerically define the color. They do not need to be rasterized before filters are applied on them. Select the shape layer. Question: 43 Which of the following is an advantage of vector graphics over raster graphics? A. or printed at any resolution without losing the quality of the graphics. so they lose details. They are resolution-independent. or any of the shape tools. so they can be moved. the shape and a fill. and click the Create new fill or adjustment layer button in the bottom of the Layers palette. choose the Pen tool. As compared to bit-mapped images. Freeform Pen tool. To change the fill color. B. select the shape layer. C. What will you do to change the fill color? A. and choose Edit > Fill.Question: 42 You have created a shape layer by using the Ellipse tool. which is blue. double-click the layer thumbnail displayed on the shape layer in the Layers palette. They can be scaled without losing details. By default the shape is filled with the foreground color. and click on a swatch in the Swatches palette. and drag the tool onto the image. In the dialog box. They can represent continuous-tone images. Raster graphics contain a fixed number of pixels and the information about the color and location of each pixel. Raster graphics: Raster graphics are usually known as bitmap images. Double-click on the layer thumbnail of the shape layer to bring up the Color Picker dialog box. B. Change the foreground color. D. Answer: B Explanation: To create a shape layer. . It brings up the Color Picker dialog box. Change the foreground color. The shape layer contains two components. and select the desired color. They can reproduce photographic-quality images. scaled to any size. These graphics are made up of a grid of pixels. D. and click the OK button. The shape is filled with the foreground color. select the shape layer.

A path can be edited to change its shape. A path can be used as a vector mask to hide areas of a layer. A path cannot be converted to a selection. or fill a feathered selection in an image. Contrast Answer: D Explanation: The contrast slider in the Refine Edge dialog box enables a user to make crisp. sharp edge. After that he chooses the Select > Refine Edge command and increases the radius slider to clean up the selection. Feather B. Increasing the radius caused noise near the selection edges. D. Dragging the slider to the right removes excessive noise near selection edges and gives the selection a nice. C. Answer: AD Explanation: Paths can be used in following ways: A path can be converted to a selection. A path can be used as a vector mask to hide areas of a layer. Answer option A is incorrect. Answer option C is incorrect. It creates a smoother outline. Smooth C. Question: 45 Which of the following statements are true about paths? Each correct answer represents a complete solution. clean selection edges. Which of the following sliders enables him to remove the excessive noise? A. copy. The Feather slider in the Refine Edge dialog box enables a user to soften or blur the edges of an image by fading them to transparency. Answer option B is incorrect. The Smooth slider in the Refine Edge dialog box enables a user to get rid of irregular areas in the selection boundary. The Contract/Expand slider in the Refine Edge dialog box enables a user to reduce or increase the size of the selection. The feathering effect appears when you move. A. Contract/Expand D.Question: 44 Robert creates a selection using lasso tool. Choose all that apply. B. A path can be saved in the Layers palette. cut. A path can be edited to change its shape. A saved path can be chosen as a clipping path to make a part of an image transparent while exporting the image to a page-layout or to a vector-editing application. .

D.Question: 46 What is NOT an advantage of using vector drawings than raster drawings? A. It saves the new added layer alignment. But when you save the vector paths as JPG. Question: 47 You have many layers that you need to align to a reference layer using the Auto-Align Layers option. It aligns the image once it is added to the document. The Auto-alignment can be Auto. when you select multiple layers. Cylindrical and Reposition Only. B. Perspective. It also allows you to set one layer as a reference layer by locking it. Photoshop automatically chooses a layer as a reference layer and aligns other layers to the reference layer. C. it is converted to raster image based on the nature of the JPG image format as a bitmap format. B. Vector drawings are less in size than raster drawings when saved as JPG. Vector drawings are much easier to edit in Photoshop. Answer: A Explanation: The Auto-Align Layers option allows you to align layers based on similar contents in different layers such as corners and edges. Vector drawings can be scaled without distortion. C. Answer: B Explanation: When you use the vector drawings in Photoshop. Vector drawings are built on using paths. you get the advantages of using vector graphics such as it is easy to edit and does not distort when scaled. What does the Auto-Align Layers option allow you to do? A. You can reach the Auto-alignment from the Options bar or from the Edit menu. It aligns the layers based on the last alignment option. D. It aligns layers automatically based on similar content in different layers. .

there is no such menu as Modify. Question: 49 Which of the following options will you choose to remove the unselected areas from an image and resize it to the selected area only? A. Hold down the Shift key and click the layer in the Layers palette. In the same way. D. the crop option is in the image menu. C. Answer: B Explanation: Clicking a layer in the Layers palette. Select an area. Selecting the unwanted areas of an image and deleting it one by one is not the best solution to delete the unwanted image areas. Answer option A is incorrect. C. Hold down the Ctrl (Windows) or Command (Mac OS) key and click the thumbnail of the layer in the Layers palette. Holding down the Alt (Windows) or Option (Mac OS) key and clicking a layer in the Layers palette does nothing. D. Select an area and choose Crop from the Image menu. It also does not resize the image. holding down the Ctrl (Windows) or Command (Mac OS) key and then clicking the other layer selects both the layers in the layers palette. Now. B. inverse the selection and click the delete button of the keyboard. Which of the following actions will you take to accomplish the task? A. When you select an area of an image. the unselected area of the image is deleted. holding down the Shift key and then clicking the other layer selects both the layers plus all the layers in between the layers in the layers palette. Hold down the Alt key (Windows) or Option (Mac OS) and click the layer in the Layers palette. you want to select one more layer so that you can apply a style to both the selected layers simultaneously. Select an area and choose Crop from the Modify menu. Holding down the Ctrl (Windows) or Command (Mac OS) key and clicking the thumbnail of the layer in the Layers palette selects non-transparent pixels of the layer. Answer option A is incorrect. Select the unwanted areas and delete it one by one. content of the type layer can also be selected. Answer option D is incorrect. B. Hold down the Ctrl (Windows) or Command (Mac OS) key and click the layer in the Layers palette. Answer option C is incorrect. Clicking a layer in the Layers palette. However. Although. . Answer option D is incorrect.Question: 48 You have selected a layer in the layers palette. it does not resize the image to the selected area. inverse the selection and click the delete button of the keyboard. Answer: C Explanation: The Crop option form the Image menu allows you to cut the unwanted areas in the image and resize it to only the selected area. Answer option B is incorrect.

Question: 51 John creates a circular selection with the Elliptical Marquee tool on an image.Question: 50 You create a path using shape tools. Double-click on the work path. Answer option B is incorrect. The Contrast slider in the Refine Edge dialog box enables a user to make crisp and clean selection edges. or fills a feathered selection in an image. Answer option D is incorrect. D. Feather B. He wants to blur or soften the edges of the area within the selection by fading them to transparency when he fills a color to the selection. a temporary path named work path appears in the Paths palette. B. Which of the following sliders of the Refine Edge dialog box will he use to accomplish the task? A. Answer option B is incorrect. Contrast C. and choose Save Path from the pop-up menu. there is no such option as Save Path. Answer option C is incorrect. and click the New Path button in the bottom of the Paths palette. it adds a new path in the Paths palette. The work path defines the outline of the path. You want to save the path. double-click on the work path and enter a name in the Save Path dialog box. Choose the File > Save > Path command. It creates a smoother outline. Right-click on the work path. Dragging the slider to the right removes excessive noise near the selection edges and gives the selection a nice and sharp edge. What will you do to accomplish the task? A. You can also save the path by choosing Save Path from the Paths palette menu while the work path is selected in the Paths palette. Answer option A is incorrect. and enter a name in the Save Path dialog box. The Radius slider in the Refine Edge dialog box enables a user to clean up a selection where fine or tiny details run along that selection's edges to create a more exact selection boundary. The feathering effect appears when the user moves. Clicking the New Path button in the bottom of the Paths palette does not save the path. C. There is no such command as File > Save > Path. The Smooth slider in the Refine Edge dialog box enables a user to get rid of irregular areas in the selection boundary. In the pop-up menu. Select the work path. Answer option C is incorrect. cuts. Radius D. Smooth Answer: A Explanation: The Feather slider in the Refine Edge dialog box enables a user to soften or blur the edges of an image by fading them to transparency. To save the path permanently. Answer: D Explanation: When a path is created. . copies.

Question: 53 You create two similar images. The Freeform Pen tool is used to draw a path freehand. Path Selection C. Freeform Pen Answer: A Explanation: The Direct Selection tool is used to select individual anchor points and manipulate them. You want to modify the path by adjusting its anchor points. Direct Selection B.Question: 52 You create a path around an object in an image. Answer option C is incorrect. Answer option B is incorrect. Mark the raster image. one is a raster image and the other is a vector image. It selects and moves only that path which is active in the Paths palette. Both the images have been scaled to 800%. Moving an anchor point with the Direct Selection tool alters the shape of the path. Answer: . Answer option D is incorrect. The Path Selection tool is used to select and move entire paths. The Move tool is used to move a selected area of the active layer or an entire active layer around on the canvas. Move D. Which of the following tools will you use to move an anchor point on the path? A.

Answer option C is incorrect. you want the portions of an image to be automatically highlighted while printing it when any color of the image is out of range of the printer profile. so they lose details. Raster graphics: Raster graphics are usually known as bitmap images. The advantage of raster graphics is that they have an ability to represent continuous-tone images because they can produce subtle gradations of shades and color. you will use the Gamut Warning option in the Print dialog box. Gamut is the range of colors that a color system can display or print. vector graphics require less memory for representation. Use the Bridge to see preview. Raster graphics are resolution-dependent. Use video Preview. These graphics are made up of a grid of pixels. D. Which of the following is the easiest method to test your work? A. Black Point Compensation D. Question: 54 You want the portions of an image to be automatically highlighted while printing it when any color of the image is out of range of the printer profile. As compared to bit-mapped images. so they can be moved. C. Answer: C . They are resolution-independent. For this. Question: 55 You are creating a graphic for mobiles in Photoshop. Gamut Warning Answer: D Explanation: According to the scenario. Show Paper White C. Rendering Intent B. The Black Point Compensation option preserves the shadow detail in the image by simulating the output device. The Rendering Intent option specifies how Photoshop converts colors to the destination color space. Which of the following options in the Print dialog box will you use to accomplish the task? A. The Show Paper White option sets the color white in the preview background in the selected printer profile. Use Device Central Emulator. The Gamut Warning option is used to highlight 'out-of-gamut colors' determined by the selected printer profile for an image.Explanation: Vector graphics: Vector graphics are made up using geometrical formulas to define lines and shapes. The Gamut Warning option is enabled only when the Photoshop Manages Colors option is selected in the Color Handling combo box. Send your file to mobile to test. B. scaled to any size. Answer option A is incorrect. or printed at any resolution without losing the quality of the graphics. Raster graphics contain a fixed number of pixels and the information about the color and location of each pixel. Answer option B is incorrect. A user can reach the Gamut Warning option by selecting File > Print menu. when scaled.

Black Background B. The Black Background view button in the Refine Edges perviews the selected area over a black background. and browse the graphics. the selected area changes into white shape and the area outside the selection changes into black background. Answer option C is incorrect. Answer option B is incorrect. The Mask view button in the Refine Edges is selected to view the selection as Mask.Explanation: Adobe Device Central gives you an easy method to test your graphic before testing it on a real mobile device. Answer option A is incorrect. Answer option A is incorrect. The Bridge is not used to preview graphics to see how they will look on a real mobile device. In this view. It is used to locate. This is not an easy method to test your work especially when you are planning to play it on different types of devices. In this view. Answer option D is incorrect. which applies the mobile profile settings you have chosen for it and allows you to see how it will work and perform on the device. You can use this plug in from the Export > Video Preview or Send Video Preview to Device from the File menu. You can test your graphic on Adobe Device Central Emulator. Quick Mask C. Mask D. organize. . the area outside the selection covers with see-through red color. Which of the following view buttons in the Refine Edge dialog box will you select to accomplish the task? A. Answer option D is incorrect. but it gives you an easy way to get the most important feedback about the work performance in mobile. You want to change the visual perspective on the selection so that all the area outside the selection covers with rubylith. The White Background view button in the Refine Edges perviews the selected area over a white background. Question: 56 You select an object in an image using the Magnetic lasso tool. It allows you to test the Photoshop document on a display device through FireWire. The Video Preview plug-in is not used to preview a graphic to see how it will look on a real mobile device. White Background Answer: B Explanation: The Quick Mask view button in the Refine Edges dialog box is selected to view the selection as quick mask. The Emulator is not a full accurate testing tool as you need to test your work on a real device.

A and C are incorrect. Selecting the Lens Blur option from the Remove drop-down menu fixes this problem. These options are available when you create a shape in Photoshop. Answer options B. Which of the following options from the Remove drop-down list will you select to rectify the image? A. Answer option A is incorrect. Smart Blur D. The image is slightly out of focus. Answer option C is incorrect. Vector mask Answer: D Explanation: Vector mask is not a valid option when creating a new vector shape. The Remove drop down menu contains no such option as Smart Blur. . Answer option B is incorrect. Question: 58 Which of the following is NOT an option when creating a new vector shape? A. Gaussian Blur Answer: D Explanation: Gaussian blur occurs when an image is out of focus. When you create vector shapes in Photoshop. Fill D. Lens Blur B. Motion blur occurs when the camera or the objects are moving while taking a picture. Path: This option draws the shape as path only. Paths B. the Gaussian Blur Removal option enables you to correct the image. Fill: This option draws the shape as a filled shape. If an entire image or the objects in it are blurred in a particular direction and at a specific intensity then applying the Motion Blur Removal option will resolve the issue. Lens blur occurs when a selected portion of an image is blurred and it produces an effect of keeping some objects in focus and others out of focus. Motion Blur C.Question: 57 You are applying Smart Sharpen filter on an image. If your image has consistent soft blur all over. Shape layer C. you can use one of the three available options: Shape layer: This option creates the shape on a new layer with a vector mask.

Leading can be changed by entering or selecting a numeric value from the Leading menu in the Character palette. Pincushion distortion is just opposite to Barrel distortion. you can fine-tune text appearance by expanding or contracting the space between letters. Answer option A is incorrect. With Kerning. Photoshop allows you to apply more than one leading amount within the same paragraph. B. Therefore. Select or enter a numeric value in the Leading field of the Character palette. Answer option C is incorrect. straight lines that do not go through the center of an image bend inward. especially at the corners. Kerning refers to the space between pairs of letters. Answer option D is incorrect. Answer option B is incorrect. The units for measuring kerning values are . Question: 60 You want to change the amount of space between lines of text. is less as compared to the center of the image . Chromatic aberration D. Answer: D Explanation: Leading is the amount of space between lines of text. Barrel distortion Answer: B Explanation: Vignetting is a common lens defect in which brightness or saturation at the edges of an image. Therefore. Enter a value for Vertical scale in the Character palette. straight lines in an image bend out toward the edges of the image. Therefore. a color aberration appears along the edges of objects.Question: 59 Which of the following is a common lens flaw where the edges of an image are darker than the center? A. magnification of an image increases with an increase in the distance of the optical axis. C. D. Therefore. Pincushion distortion B. Select or enter a numeric value in the Kerning field of the Character palette. In this lens defect. Vignetting C. Leading is based on the tallest character in a line. Barrel distortion is a lens defect in which magnification of an image decreases with an increase in the distance from the optical axis. Which of the following actions will you take to accomplish the task? A. the edges of the image are darker than the center. Enter or select a numeric value from the Tracking menu in the Character palette. Chromatic aberration is a lens defect in which the lens focuses on different colors of light in different planes. You can also use a font's built-in kerning information (Metrics or Optical) from the Kerning pop-up menu for adjusting the kerning. You can adjust kerning manually by selecting or entering a numeric value in the Kerning field of the Character palette.

Answer option D is incorrect. The default appearance of font's height is always 100%. and the width of an em corresponds to current font size. Tracking is the process of adjusting the space among a group of selected letters. Answer: D . Blending with white produces no change in the base color. You want to apply the adjustment only to the Flower layer. Clear D. and the width of an em corresponds to current font size. A positive tracking value is selected for adding the space. Answer option A is incorrect. Change the blending mode of the adjustment layer to Dissolve. Put the adjustment layer below the Flower layer. and Flower. Color Burn C. The Clear mode works in the same way as the Eraser tool. Group the adjustment layer with the Flower layer. The units for measuring tracking values are 1/1000 of an em space. Rather than increasing the contrast. Vertical scale adjusts the height of selected letters. Answer option C is incorrect. What will you do to accomplish the task? A. It protects the base color and adds new colors to the empty areas. Question: 62 You are working on a document that contains three layers: Background. C. Answer option C is incorrect. B. The Linear Burn mode is similar to the Color Burn mode.1/1000 of an em space. Answer option A is incorrect. it darkens the base color by decreasing the brightness to reflect the blend color. You add a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer that affects all the three layers below it. You can adjust the vertical scale by entering a new value for Vertical scale in the Character palette. Shadow. Question: 61 Which of the following blending modes darkens the base color by increasing the contrast to reflect the blend color? A. It makes every affected pixel transparent according to its original opacity. Create a clipping mask consisting of the adjustment layer and the Flower layer. It allows a user to add the blend color only to transparent pixels of a layer. and the Character palette enables you to adjust it from 0% to 1000%. Behind mode Answer: B Explanation: The Color Burn mode darkens the base color by increasing the contrast to reflect the blend color. Linear Burn B. The Behind mode is available only for painting tools. D. It creates an equal amount of space between each pair of letters in the selected range. This mode works only in layers with Lock Transparency deselected. You can control tracking by entering or selecting a numeric value from the Tracking menu in the Character palette. and a negative value for reducing the space in between letters.

D. Which of the following actions will you perform to accomplish the task? A. you have the following options for interacting the new path with the existing path: Answer options C. Subtract from path area. Choose Filter > Sharpen > Unsharp Mask and slide the Amount slider to the right. D. Add to path area. B. switch to the Shadows tab and increase the fade amount. Choose Filter > Sharpen > Smart Sharpen. These options are available while drawing paths over each other. switch to the Highlights tab and increase the fade amount. and A are incorrect. B. clip the adjustment layer with the target layer (the layer you want to be affected). To create a clipping mask. Intersect path areas. Question: 63 Which of the following is NOT an option when you draw two paths over each other? A. C. Answer: B Explanation: When you add a path to another path that is existing on the layer. and put the adjustment layer and all the other layers that you want to be affected with the adjustment layer in it.Explanation: An adjustment layer affects all the layers below it. Choose Filter > Sharpen > Smart Sharpen. To restrict the effect of the adjustment layer to a single layer. you can also create a layer set. Answer: C . Question: 64 You have an image that is slightly blurred. You want to make it sharp. You also want the highlights to be much sharper than the shadows. hold down the Alt (Windows) or the Option (Mac OS) key. Alternatively. Union path areas. put the adjustment layer just above the target layer. D. C. and click on the line between the Adjustment Layer and the underlying layer in the Layers palette. Choose Filter > Sharpen > Sharpen Edges.

C. The Sharpen Edges filter does not allow you to set the sharpness of Midtones. Tonal Width. Question: 66 You want to apply a filter on a Shape layer. It sharpens the edges of an image while preserving the overall smoothness of the image. Answer option B is incorrect. and Radius. and Highlights individually. Use the Next and previous buttons at the bottom of the Layer Comps palette. Sharpen. Shadows. It allows you to set the sharpness of Midtones. Shadows or Highlights. The more the fade amount. The Fade Amount determines the strength of sharpness of either shadows or highlights. Shadows. using different methods: Check the icon next to the layer comp in the Layer Comps palette to switch to it. and Highlights individually. in order to keep the highlights much sharper than the shadows in the image. and Highlight. namely Fade Amount. The Unsharp Mask filter does not allow you to set the sharpness of Midtones. Similarly. It introduces three tabs. Apply a filter directly on the Shape Layer. Therefore. D. Answer option A is incorrect. and Highlights individually. choose the Filter > Sharpen > Smart Sharpen command. The Shadow and Highlight tabs contain three sliders. Answer: B . Shadows. switch to the Shadows tab. D. Select Next Layer Comp and Previous Layer Comp from the Layer Comps palette context menu. To set the sharpness of Midtones. Select Next Layer Comp and Previous Layer Comp options from the Layer Comps palette context menu.Explanation: The Smart Sharpen filter enables you to sharpen some parts of an image more than others. If you increase the fade amount of highlights. Question: 65 Which of the following is NOT an option to switch between layer comps? A. the more the sharpness. the sharpness of the light areas will decrease. B. Answer: C Explanation: You can switch between layer comps. Use the Next and previous buttons at the bottom of the Layer Comps. the lesser the sharpness. Check the icon next to the layer comp in the Layer Comps palette to switch to it. and increase the fade amount. Click on the Layer Comp in the Layer Comps palette you want to switch to. Which of the following actions will you choose to accomplish the task? A. Shadow. It sharpens only the edges of an image or any portion of the image according to the specified settings. you created for your document. click the Advanced radio button. the lesser the fade amount. Answer option D is incorrect. B. Perform anti-aliasing and then apply a filter. C. Rasterize the Shape layer and then apply a filter. Apply kerning on the Shape layer and then apply a filter.

3D layers. Rendering intents are methods. you have to first rasterize the given Shape layer. which are used to convert one color space to another. Anti-aliasing is the option that can be used to smoothen the edges. Question: 67 You want to save the layer styles used in an image. so it cannot be a solution. Answer option A is incorrect. Kerning refers to the space between a pair of letters.Explanation: To apply a filter. It does not work with Smart Objects. A layer comp is a snapshot of the state of the Layers palette. edges become smoother. B. It applies layer masks as needed to each layer. Answer: DBA . a user can blend multiple images of a scene with different areas in focus to achieve a composite image. Auto blend Layer Answer: C Explanation: You will use the layer comp to save the layer styles used in an image. When you increase anti-aliasing. C. Rendering Intents C. Save Layer is not a valid command. Since after applying this option. A. Answer option A is incorrect. position. Answer option B is incorrect. Kerning cannot convert a Shape layer into pixels. Save Layer B. It works best for CMYK color mode. you should save your project before applying the rasterize command. It is used to organize multiple versions of a layout in a single document. Answer option D is incorrect. such as the visibility. Question: 68 Which of the following statements are true about the Auto blend Layers command? Each correct answer represents a complete solution. Choose three. Which of the following commands will you use to accomplish the task? A. you cannot edit the Shape layer. Layer Comp D. With Kerning. or background layers.or underexposed areas. D. video layers. Auto blend Layer command is used to blend multiple images of a scene with different areas in focus to achieve a composite image. and appearance (layer styles are applied) of each layer in an image. You cannot apply a filter directly on a Shape layer. you can flatten the Shape layer into pixels. Using the Auto blend Layer command. Answer option D is incorrect. It stores and recalls information about certain key aspects. Answer option C is incorrect. you can fine-tune text appearance by expanding or contracting the space between letters. It cannot help you to apply a filter. By using the rasterize option. It applies layer masks as needed to each layer to mask out over.

This command cuts the selected portion and pastes it into a new layer. video layers. you will have to select the channel in the Channels palette in which the selection is saved and use a painting or editing tool. Answer option A is incorrect. Panaroma and Stack Images. Which of the following commands will you use if you do not want to remove the selected portion from the original layer? A. i.Explanation: Auto blend Layer command is used to blend multiple images of a scene with different areas in focus to achieve a composite image. Regardless of which layer is selected in the Layers palette. and painting with black subtracts from. The Layer > New > Layer Via Cut command converts a selection into a new layer.e. Layer > New > Layer Via Copy Answer: D Explanation: The Layer > New > Layer Via Copy command converts a selection into a new layer. D. Layer > Duplicate Layer C. Select the area you want to add and fill it with black color. Answer: D Explanation: The selection can be edited in the same way as you do in Quick Mask mode. or background layers. The Layer > Duplicate Layer command creates a duplicate layer of the selected layer in the Layers palette. Question: 70 You have selected some areas of an image and saved the selection as an alpha channel. The Layer > New > Layer from Background command converts a background into a layer. Answer option B is incorrect. Layer > New > Layer from Background B. If you paint the channel in gray. It does not work with Smart Objects.. Panaroma blends overlapping layers into a panorama image and Stack Images let a user blend in multiple areas of images. Question: 69 You have selected a portion of an object in a layer and want to convert it into a new layer. Auto blend Layer command supports two objectives. Use the Brush tool to paint the channel in black. it will add semi transparent areas. Painting with white adds to. Use the History Brush tool to paint the channel. 3D layers. This command copies the selected portion and pastes it into a new layer. . Auto blend Layer command works only with the images having either RGB or Gray scale color mode. C. Layer > New > Layer Via Cut D. B. What will you do to add some more selected area in the channel? A. the selection. Answer option C is incorrect. Use the Brush tool to paint the channel in white. To edit a selection. It applies layer masks as needed to each layer.

C. The image contains several layers. It will merge the active layer into the background. You use the Layer > Flatten Image command. The PDF file format is not suitable for displaying continuous-tone images on the Web. JPEG D. PNG-24 Answer: DC Explanation: A The PNG-24 format is suitable for displaying continuous-tone images on the Web. It also changes the remaining transparent pixels into white. which reduces the size of the file. Question: 72 Which of the following file formats will you use to display photographs and other continuous-tone images on the World Wide Web? Each correct answer represents a complete solution. If the image has variable transparency. Answer option A is incorrect. GIF C.Question: 71 You create an image in Photoshop. B. but it produces larger files as compared to the JPEG format. Answer: B Explanation: The Layer > Flatten Image command is used to collapse all the layers into a single image. A. Choose two. which can be opened in Acrobat Reader. It supports only hard-edged transparency. The PNG-24 file format enables you to render the transparency without using matte color to fill a transparent area. The Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG) format is suitable for displaying photographs and other continuous-tone images on the Web. This format can preserve up to 256 levels of transparency in an image. This is a cross-platform format. . introducing a surrounding matte color. D. It supports hard-edged as well as variable transparency. it renders the variable transparency. It will merge all the visible layers of the image into the background and discard all the hidden layers. but it does not support transparency. PDF B. Answer option B is incorrect. The Graphics Interchange Format (GIF) format is suitable for displaying indexed-color graphics and images on the Web. What will it do? A. Flattening an image merges all the visible layers into the background and discards all the hidden layers. It will merge all the visible as well as hidden layers into the background. It will merge all the linked layers of the image into the background. some of which are visible and others are hidden.

a state of the image. choose Edit > Fill command and select a pattern. select the path in the Paths palette and take any one of the following actions : In the Fill Path dialog box. choose the Fill Path option from the Paths palette menu and select a pattern. Select the path in the Paths palette. Alt-click the Fill Path button at the bottom of the Paths palette and select a pattern.Question: 73 You have created a path using pen tools and saved it in the Paths palette. B. D. Answer: DBC Explanation: A path can be created by using the pen tools or shape tools. a pattern or a fill layer. Select the path in the Paths palette. Select the path in the Paths palette. You want to fill the path with a pattern. Select the path in the Paths palette. right-click the path. choose the Pattern option from the Use drop-down menu and select a preset pattern. Answer: . You can convert a path into an image by stroking or filling it. A. A path can be filled with using a specified color. Question: 74 Drag and drop the appropriate common lens defect to the their respective descriptions. To fill a path with a pattern. choose the Fill Path option and select a pattern. Choose all that apply. C. Which of the following actions will you take to accomplish the task? Each correct answer represents a complete solution.

vignetting.Explanation: The Lens Correction filter is used to correct common lens defect such as barrel distortion. Therefore. Answer option B is incorrect. Therefore. . pincushion distortion. and vice versa. Therefore. Question: 75 You want to create a duplicate Smart Object that is not linked to the original Smart Object. Click on the Layers > Smart Objects > Export Contents option. Pincushion distortion is just opposite to Barrel distortion. straight lines in an image bend out toward the edges of the image. C. contents in the selected area of the active layer remain on the layer. Chromatic aberration is a lens defect in which the lens focuses on different colors of light in different planes. Answer: D Explanation: The New Smart Object Via Copy command (Layer > Smart Objects > New Smart Object Via Copy) is used to create a duplicate Smart Object that is not linked to the original Smart Object. Click on the Layer > New > Layer Via Copy option. and chromatic aberration. Click on the Layers > Smart Objects > New Smart Object Via Copy option. The Layer Via Copy (Layer > New > Layer Via Copy) command converts a selection into a new layer. Click on the Layers > Smart Objects > Replace Contents option. B. the edges of the image are darker than the center. This command copies the contents in the selected area of the active layer and pastes it into a new layer. What will you do to accomplish the task? A. Therefore. D. You also want to ensure that the edits made to the duplicate Smart Object do not affect the original one. straight lines that do not go through the center of an image bend inward. Vignetting is a common lens defect in which brightness or saturation at the edges of an image. a color aberration appears along the edges of objects. especially at the corners. Therefore. magnification of an image increases with an increase in the distance from the optical axis. Therefore. Barrel distortion is a lens defect in which magnification of an image decreases with an increase in the distance from the optical axis. is less as compared to the center of the image. any changes in the duplicate object do not affect the original Smart Object. In this lens defect.

He wants to blur or soften the edges of the area within the selection by fading them to transparency when he fills a color to the selection. Contrast D. B. The contrast slider in the Refine Edge dialog box enables a user to make crisp. The Smart Object that contains raster data is saved in the PSB format. D. Answer option D is incorrect. It is Used to preview a graphic on variety of handheld devices. Dragging the slider to the right removes excessive noise near the selection edges and gives the selection a nice. it is saved as a PDF file. It creates a smoother outline. Answer option C is incorrect. clean selection edges. or fill a feathered selection in an image. A.Answer option A is incorrect. It is Used to create graphics for a printing device. The Smooth slider in the Refine Edge dialog box enables a user to get rid of irregular areas in the selection boundary. Question: 76 John creates a circular selection with Elliptical Marquee tool on an image. The Radius slider in the Refine Edge dialog box enables a user to clean up a selection where fine or tiny details run along that selection's edges to create a more exact selection boundary. C. copy. It is Used to preview a graphic on variety of printing devices. The Export Contents command (Layers > Smart Objects > Export Contents) enables a user to export the contents of a Smart Object and save it to any drive. sharp edge. Answer option B is incorrect. It is Used to create graphics particularly for a handheld device. cut. Question: 77 What is the use of Adobe Device Central? Each correct answer represents a complete solution. Smooth Answer: A Explanation: The Feather slider in the Refine Edge dialog box enables a user to soften or blur the edges of an image by fading them to transparency. Answer: BA . The feathering effect appears when you move. Radius C. If it contains vector data. Which of the following sliders of the Refine Edge dialog box will he use to accomplish the task? A. Choose two. Feather B.

Adobe Device Central contains a list of mobile devices to choose from. This enables a user to compare the devices and create his own set of devices. Adobe Devise Central enables a user to test graphics on different real-world interactions such as memory. It simulates realistic skins of selected mobile devices to show how the devices look like. Answer options D. Horizontal Centers Answer: B . Device Central lists all the feature and capabilities of the devices. The Matte option lets Photoshop replace these edges with the same color of the background to solve this problem. Left Edges D. Diffusion C. It enables a user to create graphics particularly for a mobile device. type of lighting. You find that the image edges are jagged and got white areas around the image border. Right Edges B. What is the best method to enhance the GIF image edges? A. Set the Matte color. These are not valid methods to accomplish the task. Question: 78 You are saving a GIF image for Web that will be added to blue background. Which of the following is NOT a layers alignment option? A. A. D. Noise B. and battery power levers. and B are incorrect. Answer: C Explanation: The jagged and white areas in the edges of the GIF transparent images are usual problem when creating transparent GIF images for Web.Explanation: Device Central is used to preview a graphic to see how it will look on variety of handheld devices. Question: 79 You have multiple layers to align with each other. Distribute C. Save the GIF image as PNG-8 format.

Answer option D is incorrect. B. select the channel from the Channel pop-up menu in the Save Selection dialog box and choose an operation to specify how you want to combine the current selection with the channel contents. The Subtract from Channel operation will remove the current selection from the channel contents. Which of the following options will he choose in the Save Selection dialog box to accomplish the task? A. Question: 81 How can you save a path in the path panel? A. You can not save paths in Photoshop. Right-click the path layer and choose Save Path. Answer option A is incorrect. D. He makes a new selection and chooses Select > Save Selection. He wants to modify the channel by deleting a selection from the channel contents. The layers alignment includes the following alignment options: Question: 80 James has saved a selection as a channel. Choose Save Path from the path panel context menu. Subtract from Channel D. Replace Channel B. Answer option B is incorrect. The Replace Channel operation will replace the selection that the channel contains with the current selection. Add to Channel C.Explanation: The layers alignment option includes different options depending how you need the layers to be aligned. The Intersect with Channel operation will keep the intersected areas of the current selection with the channel contents in the channel. Intersect with Channel Answer: C Explanation: To modify an existing channel. Answer: A . The Add to Channel operation will add the current selection to the channel contents. The paths are saved by default after you draw them. C.

The Auto blend Layer command works only with the images having either RGB or Gray scale color mode. Layer masks are grayscale images. Run the Auto blend Layer command. The layer group helps a user to manage and organize layers in the layers palette. Answer: D Explanation: A layer mask is added to a layer to reveal or hide an entire layer or certain portions of a layer. B.Explanation: You can save paths in Photoshop using the Save Path in the path panel context menu. takes the pointer over the line separating both the layers in the Layers palette. Answer option B is incorrect. It is created when a user holds down the Alt key (Windows) or the Option key (Mac OS). Create a group. which can be retrieved any time in future. Anything such as mask. A clipping mask enables a user to clip a layer by the contents of the layer beneath it. blending mode. and clicks as the pointer changes into two overlapping circles . If a user paints the mask in gray. What will you do to accomplish the task? A. Apply a layer mask. Create a layer group. Link all the layers. To hide a layer. It acts as a single layer. applied to a layer group affects all the layers within the group. The Auto blend Layer command is used to blend multiple images of a scene with different areas in focus to achieve a composite image. A layer group is like a folder that keeps layers in it. Answer: D . Answer options B. You can also just rename the path layer to save it and Photoshop automatically adds a new layer path. you need to give the path layer a name. D. Painting with white reveals a layer and painting with black hides it. Layer masks also define various levels of transparency. Answer option C is incorrect. D and A are incorrect. layer masking can do this task effectively. Question: 82 You want to hide some or all contents of a layer without deleting the layer. Select all the layers. These are not valid options. Although. They are created with painting or selection tools. It applies layer masks as needed to each layer. the layer will appear semi-transparent. it can help a user in some manner. Which of the following actions will you perform to accomplish the task? A. Apply a clipping mask. etc. C. C. Answer option A is incorrect. Question: 83 You want to apply a layer mask to several layers simultaneously. For this. Create a new layer above all the layers. a layer mask makes pixels transparent temporarily. D. B.

align. Linking two or more layers does not allow you to apply a layer mask to all the layers simultaneously. Answer option B is incorrect. C. Feather D. Selecting multiple layers does not allow you to apply layer masks to all the layers at a time. Blur B. The refine edges option allows you to edit the edges of the selection with different settings such as: . copy. Smooth C. drag the tool over the area of the image needed to be blurred. Radius Answer: A Explanation: There is no such refine selection edges option as Blur. and transform all selected layers at a time. Question: 84 Which of the following is NOT a refine selection edges option? A. Creating a new layer and applying a layer mask to the layer will mask only the new layer. Answer option A is incorrect. paste. So adding a layer mask to the layer group will apply the mask to every layer within the group. Answer options D. align. Answer option C is incorrect. The Blur tool is used to soften edges or area within an image. It also lets you apply styles from the Styles palette to all selected layers simultaneously.Explanation: A layer group acts as a single layer. It also enables you to move. merge. It blurs the image according to the size of the brush defined and the strength and blending mode specified in the Options bar. and B are incorrect. It enables you to move. Hold down the Alt key (Windows) or the Options key (Mac) and drag the tool over the image to sharpen it. It enables you to apply transformations to their contents at a time. and create clipping masks from all linked layers. What is applied to a layer group affects all the layers in the group. To use the Blur tool. It reduces detail and makes image blurry.

When you draw a new path on the image. the original work path is deleted. Tagged-Image File Format (TIFF) is not supported by the Web. it renders the variable transparency. A. It is used to save animations. This format can contain millions of colors. It is a non-editable path. the path is added to the work path. GIF B. This format can contain up to 256 colors and is suitable for high-contrast images with sharp edges including type. In which of the following file formats will you save the image? A. Indexed Color. JPEG D. and page-layout applications support it. It appears in the Paths palette when you select the Paths button from the Options bar and draw a path in an image. Choose two. The Image also has sharp edges including type. The JPEG file format does not support transparency. The BMP file format is not supported by the Web. You used less than 256 colors in the image. TIFF is a bitmap image format and almost all paint. The GIF file format supports only hard-edged transparency. and the new path becomes the work path. and Bitmap color modes. Answer option B is incorrect. It appears when the Paths button is selected while drawing a path. Question: 86 Which of the following statements about a work path are true? Each correct answer represents a complete solution. image-editing. It is a temporary path that appears in the Paths palette. The image contains some transparent areas. Answer: AB Explanation: A work path is a temporary path. TIFF C. . introducing a surrounding matte color. It is used to exchange files between applications and computer platforms.Question: 85 You create an image for the Web. This is a standard Windows image format that supports RGB. D. C. It cannot be saved in the Paths palette permanently. Grayscale. The Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG) format is suitable for displaying photographs and other continuous-tone images on the Web. If the image has variable transparency. B. Answer option C is incorrect. Answer option D is incorrect. BMP Answer: A Explanation: The Graphics Interchange Format (GIF) format is suitable for displaying indexed-color graphics and images on the Web. But if you deselect the work path and draw a new path.

2. The layers will be linked in Photoshop and will show the link "icon" in the column next to each layer. too. An image can have only one background layer. Question: 88 Which of the following statements about the background layer are true? Each correct answer represents a complete solution. Its blending mode and opacity. 2.Choose the Layer > New > Background from Layer command. An image can have only one Background layer. The Blend mode of the background layer cannot be changed directly without converting it to a regular layer. Which of the following steps will you take before selecting the any alignment method? A. or Bottom Edges or Horizontal Center can be chosen depending.Select the layer in the Layers palette. you will take the following steps: 1. C.Link the layers together and then goto Layer and Align to Selection. the user will have to take one of the following steps: . and it is locked so that users cannot move it. A. a user will have to take the following steps: 1. 5.You can align linked layers to a specific area of the image by creating a selection using one of the selection tools. Select all the layers Answer: D Explanation: If you want to align objects on different layers in Photoshop CS4. B. To change a regular layer into the Background layer. Left or Right Edges.Goto Layer and click on Align Linked where align by the Top or Bottom Edges. Choose three. D. on the requirements. Link all the layers B. Users can change a regular layer into a Background layer or vice versa at any time. Double-clicking on a regular layer and renaming it as Background will convert the layer to the background layer. Group all the layers D.Question: 87 You want to align objects on different layers.Go to your Layers panel and click on the layer that you want all the other layers to align with. cannot be changed. The background layer can be converted to a regular layer. but users can draw or paint on it with painting tools. 4. Merge all the layers C. 3. Answer: DCB Explanation: The Background layer is a layer that is automatically created when a user creates a new image. But it is not created if the user sets the Background Contents as Transparent in the New dialog box. The Background layer is the bottommost layer in the Layers palette.Click the column immediately to the left of each layer you want to align. To change the Background layer into a regular layer.

The Layer > New > Layer from Background command converts the background layer into a regular layer. Question: 90 Which of the following can NOT be applied as a smart filter? A. Extract. Answer option C is incorrect. Answer: D Explanation: The Layer > New > Background from Layer command converts a selected layer into the background layer. Drag the layer to the New Layer button. What will he do to convert one of the regular layers to the background layer? A. Liquefy D. and Vanishing Point. It will only rename the regular layer as Background. Blur C. Use the Layer > New > Background from Layer command. Double-clicking on the layer and entering the name as Background will not convert a regular layer into the background layer. These filters are available to be applied on the smart object layer. and A are incorrect. Dragging a layer to the New Layer button in the Layers palette will create a new layer containing all the effects of the existing layer. C. Lens Flare B. Pattern Maker. Sharpen Answer: C Explanation: . There are some filters that cannot be used with smart objects. D. D. Use the Layer > New > Layer from Background command. Answer options B. regardless of which layer is selected in the Layers palette. Double-click on the layer and enter its name as Background. These filters are the Liquefy. .Question: 89 James is creating an image with several layers. B. Answer option B is incorrect. Answer option A is incorrect.

Choose Proof from the Print area. Individual points cannot be selected with this tool. and distort an active selection. You can choose either options from the Print area in the Print dialog box. C. Answer: D Explanation: The Direct Selection tool is used to select and manipulate individual points or segments. Answer options A and C are incorrect. Choose Image Profile from the Color Management dialog box. Answer option C is incorrect. These are not valid options to accomplish the task. If you want to rotate the path in such a way that only two anchor points change their positions. Select both the anchor points of the path with the Direct Selection tool. The Transform Selection command (Select > Transform Selection) is used to scale. B. Individual points or an entire path cannot be selected with the Rectangular Marquee tool. skew. This option lets Photoshop use its own color profile to manage the image color profile on devices. Select both the anchor points of the path with the Path Component Selection tool. C. You cannot set the color profile setting from the Print dialog box. Answer option B is incorrect.Question: 91 You have created a path that has four anchor points. select the path with the Path Component Selection tool and rotate it by using the Edit > Transform Path > Rotate command. Choose Document from the Print area. You want to rotate the path so that only two anchor points change their positions and the other two remain where they are. B. rotate. Select both the anchor points of the path with the Direct Selection tool. and choose the Edit > Transform Points > Rotate command to rotate them. and rotate them with the Edit > Transform Points > Rotate command. D. and rotate them with the Edit > Transform Points > Rotate command. What will you do to accomplish the task? A. Select both the anchor points of the path with the Rectangular Marquee tool. select both the points with the Direct Selection tool. Answer: D Explanation: You can choose the printed image to use either its own color profile or the Photoshop default color profile. Answer option A is incorrect. and rotate them with the Select > Transform Selection command. and rotate them with the Edit > Transform Points > Rotate command. The Path Component Selection tool is used to select and manipulate an entire path. This command cannot be used to transform a path. D. . If you want to rotate an entire path. Question: 92 Which of the following options will you choose in the Print dialog box to force the image to have its own color profile and ignore Photoshop default profile? A. Answer option B is incorrect.

To create a selection. What will happen if you click the Load channel as selection button at the bottom of the Channels palette? A. create a new alpha channel. Select an area and click on the Save Selection as Channel button at the bottom of the Channels palette. choose Save Selection dialog box. Now you paint some areas of the channel with white. . Choose Save Selection from the context menu of the Channels palette. Gray areas of the channel will turn into a selection. C. the area painted with black represents a selection. select the channel and use a painting or editing tool. White areas of the channel will turn into a selection. the area painted with white represents a selection.Question: 93 You add an alpha channel in the Channels palette by clicking the Create a new channel button. Black areas of the channel will turn into a selection. B. Right-click the selection and choose Save selection from the pop-up menu. D. Right-click the selection and choose Save Selection from the pop-up menu. The selection can be loaded by clicking the Load channel as selection button at the bottom of the Channels palette. the display option for the mask is set as Masked Areas. Question: 94 Which of the following is NOT a method to save a selection of an area as a new channel? A. These are methods to save selection. Choose Save Selection from the Select menu. B and D are incorrect. Answer: D Explanation: An alpha channel can be used to create a selection as well as to edit a saved selection. Answer options C. In the New Channel dialog box. Answer: A Explanation: In Photoshop. you can save your selection as a new custom channel to use it again. C. D. B. There are various methods to save your selection such as: From the Select menu. But if the display option for the mask is set as Selected Areas. The entire channel will turn into a selection. Click the Save Selection as Channel button at the bottom of the Channels palette. If the display option for the mask is set as Masked Areas.

the new layer fades in opacity from the center outward. you copy it and paste it on a new layer. The edges of the new layer fade in opacity. After making the selection. D. It is a channel that saves color information. C. It is a grayscale image. D. The selection can also be edited when the channel. Which of the following statements is true? A. Question: 96 Which of the following statements about an alpha channel are true? Each correct answer represents a complete solution. It stores selections. The edges of the new layer appear sharper. copy. C. The edges of the new layer fade to background color.Question: 95 You make a feathered selection around an object in an image. It enables you to retrieve a saved selection and use it again. Choose two. A. or fill a feathered selection in an image. just as if you were in Quick Mask mode. The edges of the new layer appear blurred. The feathering effects appear when you move. Answer: AC Explanation: An alpha channel is a special type of channel that stores selections as grayscale images. B. It is a mask that hides selected areas. cut. is selected in the Channels palette. Answer: C Explanation: The Feather command softens or blurs the edges of an image by fading them to transparency. in which it is saved. . B. When you copy (Edit > Copy) and paste (Edit > Paste ) a feathered selection on a new layer or use the Layer > New > Layer via Copy or the Layer > New > Layer via Cut command.

It allows you to scale images dynamically. C. Quick Selection Answer: D Explanation: . As Is. Magnetic Lasso B. Magic Wand C. There are four methods for scaling the replacement image for Pixel Replacement variables in the Variables dialog box. It replaces the pixels in the layer with pixels from another image file. The pixel replacement variable allows you to replace the pixels in the layer with pixels from another image file. namely Fit. Question: 98 Which of the following selection tools enables a user to paint a selection using brush tip? A. Fill. It replaces image pixels when resized. and Conform.Question: 97 What is the main purpose of using Pixel Replacement variable data? A. Freeform Pen D. B. Answer: D Explanation: Variables are used to create changes in the layer content dynamically. It allows you to change the image resolution. D.

Question: 99 Which of the following Pixel Replacement methods scales the replacement image to fill the bounding box and does not preserve the original proportion of the image? A. Conform B. The bell pepper is in sharp focus as compared to the background. Which of the following is the most appropriate tool to make a selection that follows the outline of the bell pepper? A. Fit Answer: A Explanation: The Conform method of Pixel Replacement scales the replacement image to fill the bounding box and does not preserve the original proportion of the image. Question: 100 You have an image of a red bell pepper with the shaded orange background. Lasso B. As Is D. Polygonal Lasso Answer: C Explanation: . Magic Wand C. Fill C. Magnetic Lasso D.

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