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You want to limit the information in the metadata of a file while using Adobe Bridge. Which of the following steps will you take to accomplish the task?
A. Choose Preferences > click Metadata > uncheck undesired items in metadata.
B. Press Ctrl + Shift + R to limit information.
C. Choose tools > Device central
D. Choose view > Compact mode
If you want to limit information in the metadata of a file, you will choose Preferences > click
Metadata > uncheck undesired items in metadata.
Answer: option B is incorrect. The Ctrl + Shift + R is shortcut for the batch rename command.
Answer: option D is incorrect. It changes the view of Adobe Bridge in the compact mode. It changes
the display view of Adobe Bridge only and not data.
Answer: option C is incorrect. It will start the Device central utility. Device Central is used to preview
a graphic to see how it will look on variety of handheld devices. It enables a user to create graphics
particularly for a mobile device.
Reference. Online Photoshop Help, Contents. Metadata
You are working with the Camera Raw 5. Which of the following options will you use to remove unwanted color casts from your image?
B. Color cost
D. White Balance
You will use the Tint control of the White balance tool to remove unwanted color casts from your
image. The White balance tool is used to adjust the colors of an image based on neutral gray or
white. It holds the following controls.
White balance. The White balance control holds the white balance information of an image. A user
can change the white balance settings from the White Balance menu to select a preset for different
lighting conditions, or to create a custom setting by using the White Balance tool on the Camera Raw
Temperature. The temperature control allows a user to adjust the temperature of the image. When
a user has to display the image cool or too blue, he should drag the temperature slider to the left
and reduce the color temperature of the image.
Tint. The Tint slider is used to remove unwanted color casts from a given image. For this, a user has
to simply drag the slider to the left or right to compensate for magenta or green tints in the image.
Answer: option B is incorrect. There is no Color cost control in the White balance tool.
Reference. Photoshop CS4 Bible, Contents. Working with Camera Raw 5
Which of the following blending modes is used to create pixilated edges in the image?
The Dissolve blending mode affects only semitransparent pixels. These semitransparent pixels
include pixels applied with painting or editing tools with reduced opacity and edge pixels in
ant aliased artworks. In the Dissolve mode, pixels are replaced randomly with the base color or the
blend color and produce an effect of scatter.
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A blending mode determines how applied pixels blend with the pixels that already exist on a layer
and the layers below.
The painting and most of the editing tools as well as the layers support the Blend Mode pop-up
menu. This menu contains the blending mode options that are used to compare new colors with
existing colors to create the resulting color. The blending modes for painting tools and editing tools
work on a single layer.
Answer: options B, D, and C are incorrect. Pixelate, Blend, and Distort are not blending modes.
You are working on a 16-bit image. Which of the following statements is true?
A. 16-bit images can be filled with a maximum of 256 possible colors per channel.
B. 16-bit images can be filled with a maximum of 16 million possible colors per channel.
C. 16-bit images can be filled with roughly up to 65 thousand colors per channel.
D. 16-bit images can be filled with a maximum of 655 possible colors per channel.
An image in 16-bit mode gives 216 = 65536 colors per channel. However, an 8-bit image contains 8
bits per channel, which translates to 28 = 256 colors per channel, and a pixel with a bit depth of 24
has 224, i.e., roughly 16 million possible colors per channel.
You create a Smart Object by converting a layer. What will you do to activate the Smart Object so that you can edit it?
A. Double-click on the Smart Object name.
B. Choose Layer > Smart Objects > Replace Contents.
C. Choose Layer > Smart Objects > Export Contents.
D. Double-click the Smart Object thumbnail in the Layers palette.
To edit the source contents of a Smart Object, Select the Smart Object from the Layers palette and
take any of the following actions.
Double-click the Smart Object thumbnail.
Choose Layers > Smart Objects > Edit Contents.
Select the Edit Contents option from the Layers palette menu.
This action opens a warning dialog box, which informs you that you must not rename the file or save
it in a different location. Click the OK button to close the dialog box. The contents of the Smart
Object open in a new window with all the associated layers. The contents open as a temporary file
either in Photoshop or in Adobe Illustrator. When you have edited the Smart
Object, save the
changes. The changes will reflect in the original image.
Answer: option A is incorrect. Double-clicking on the Smart Object name enables you to rename it.
Answer: option B is incorrect. The Replace Contents command enables you to change the contents
of the Smart Object without loosing the modifications you have made with the original Smart Object.
To replace the contents, take the following steps.
1.Select the Smart Object from the Layers palette.
2.Choose Layers > Smart Objects > Replace Contents.
3.Select the file you want to use.
4.Click the Place button.
Answer: option C is incorrect. The Export Contents command enables you to export the contents of a
Smart Object and save it to any drive.
The Smart Object that contains raster data is saved in the PSB format and if it contains vector data, it
is saved as a PDF file. To export the contents, take the following steps.
1.Select the Smart Object from the Layers palette.
2.Choose Layers > Smart Objects > Export Contents.
3.Choose the location for the file.
4.Enter your file name.
5.Click the Save button.
Which of the following options allows you to edit the color highlights, shadows, and lights in details in the Camera RAWdialog box?
A. Fill Light
B. Tone Curve
C. Brightness and contrast
D. Color Curve
The Tone Curve tab in the Camera RAW dialog box lets you set the highlights, shadows, Lights, and
Darks. You can also edit these values using the curve by choosing the Point option.
Answer: options C and D are incorrect. This is not a camera RAW setting option.
Answer: option A is incorrect. This option is in the basic setting option not in the Tone Curve option.
You want to apply the same setting on several JPEG image files as well as add some copyright information. Which of the following tools will you use to automate this action? Each correct Answer: represents a complete solution. Choose two.
A. Image Processor
B. Metadata Panel
D. Output Workspace
You can run either Image Processor or Batch command to accomplish the task. Image Processor
works with the multiple image files in a folder in the same way as the batch command. However,
while working with Image Processor, there is no need to create an action to start the processing of
multiple images with Image Processor. Photoshop Image Processor can convert a set of files to JPEG,
PSD, or TIFF format. It can include the copyright data in the processed image. It can also resize
images and embed a color profile or convert a set of files to sRGB and save them as JPEG images for
the Web. A user can start Image Processor by selecting File > Scripts > Image Processor (Photoshop).
Answer: option D is incorrect. In Adobe Bridge CS4, the Adobe Media Gallery feature is now known
as the Output Workspace. This option is used in the Output Workspace to export a PDF presentation
of images or to create a Flash Web gallery, which can be uploaded to an ftp server. The PDF option in
Output Workspace offers a user either to create a regular multi-page PDF or a PDF Presentation,
which will automatically launch into a full-screen slide show when opened.
Answer: option B is incorrect. The Metadata panel of Adobe Bridge displays information about an
image currently selected in the Preview pane of Adobe Bridge. It contains information about file size,
date of creation, image height and width, resolution, color mode, camera data, and other
Reference. Photoshop CS4 Bible, Contents. Working with Adobe Bridge\
You are working on an image with the Adobe Camera Raw 5. You want to increase the intensity of the edges of the image. Which of the following controls of the sharpening section of CR5 will you use to accomplish the task?
'The sharpening section of Adobe Camera Raw 5 contains the following controls.
1.Amount. The Amount control is used to increase the intensity of the edges.
2.Radius. The Radius control is used to set the size of the details in an image that is being sharpened.
3.Detail. High detail values are used to enhance textures in an image, while lower values helps to
correct blurring along the edges.
4.Masking. The masking control decides the distribution of sharpness information in the various part
of an image. When the masking value is zero, it means that all the edges in the image will receive the
same amount of sharpening. When the masking value is 100, it means that only the areas closest to
the strongest edges will receive the effect of the sharpening adjustment.
Reference. Photoshop CS4 Bible, Contents. 'Working with Camera Raw 5\
You are a freelance photographer. You have taken a photograph. You want to make some color modifications in the image using Photoshop. You want to ensure that none of the colors of the image are darker than the brightness level 53. In order to accomplish the task, you want to use the Levels adjustment. Which of the following actions will you perform?
A. Enter 202 in the second option box of Output Levels.
B. Enter 53 in the first option box of Input Levels.
C. Enter 202 in the last option box of Input Levels.
D. Enter 53 in the first option box of Output Levels.
The Output Levels fields of the Levels dialog box enable you to restrict the range of brightness levels
in an image. It curtails the range by making the darkest pixels lighter and the lightest pixels darker.
You can adjust the brightness of the darkest pixels by entering a number between 0 and 255 in the
first field, and that of the lightest pixels by entering a number between 0 and 255 in the second field.
if you enter 53 in the first field, no color of the image will be darker than the brightness level 53; if
you enter 200 in the second field, no color of the image will be lighter than the brightness level 200.
Hence, in order to ensure that none of the colors of the image are darker than the brightness level
53, you will have to enter 53 in the first option box of output levels.
Answer: options B and C are incorrect. The Input Levels fields of the Levels dialog box enable you to
adjust the contrast of an image. Entering a number between 0 and 255 in the first box maps the pixel
value to black, and entering a number between 0 and 255 in the last box maps the pixel value to
Which of the following tools in the Camera Raw toolbar is used to remove various defects such as sensor dust or other unwanted elements from an image?
B. Graduated Filter
C. Spot Removal
D. Red-Eye Removal
The Spot Removal tool is used to remove various defects such as sensor dust or other unwanted
elements from an image.
Answer: option D is incorrect. The Red-Eye Removal tool is used to draw a highlight around the
subject's iris, and the red is filled in with black.
Answer: option B is incorrect. The Graduate Filter is used to apply adjustments to a restricted
portion of your photograph.
Answer: option A is incorrect. The Straighten tool is used to straight those photographs that are not
straight, but slightly bent.
Reference. Photoshop CS4 Bible, Contents. Working with Camera RAW\
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