Why might you want to adjust vignetting in the Custom tab of the Lens Correction filter? (Choose two.)
A. To draw the viewers’ attention to the center of a photograph.
B. To reduce the dark corners in a photograph shot with a wide-angle lens.
C. To increase the contrast from dark to light vertically (top to bottom) or horizontally (left to right) in
D. To correct vertical or horizontal perspective in a photograph.
E. To apply a radial gradient that frames the subject of a photograph.
You have a photograph open and have opened the Basic view of the Smart Sharpen dialog box. You notice that your adjustments have added too much noise in the shadow areas. You switch to Advanced view. What should you do there?
A. Increase the Fade Amount setting in the Shadow tab.
B. Change the Remove option to Lens Blur in the Sharpen tab.
C. Check the More Accurate option in the Sharpen tab.
D. Decrease the Fade Amount setting in the Highlight tab.
You have an image file currently open in Photoshop. You select the thumbnail of a different image file in the Mini Bridge panel and choose Tools > Place > In Photoshop. What happens?
A. The selected image is placed in the open file as a smart object layer above the current image layer.
B. The selected image is placed in the open file as a pixel layer above the current image layer.
C. The selected image replaces the current layer or Background layer in the open file.
D. The selected image is opened in a new tab in the Document window.
You are on a Windows computer, and you want to use a Photoshop plug-in that works only in 32- bit mode. How do you run Photoshop CS5 for Windows as a 32-bit application?
A. Install both a 32-bit and a 64-bit version of Photoshop. Switch between them by quitting one version
of Photoshop and launching the other.
B. Right-click the Photoshop application icon, and choose Properties from the context menu.
C. Change the Display mode of your monitor to a lower resolution.
D. Allocate more RAM to Photoshop in Photoshop preferences.
Which color space contains the widest color gamut?
A. ProPhoto RGB
B. Adobe RGB (1998)
C. Color Match RGB
D. sRGB IEC61966-2.1
You want to open a JPEG directly into Camera Raw to adjust it there. What should you do? (Choose two.)
A. In Adobe Bridge, select the JPEG thumbnail and press Control+R (Windows) or Command+R (Mac OS)
B. In Adobe Bridge, hold down Option (Mac OS) or Alt (Windows) and double-click the JPEG thumbnail.
C. In Adobe Bridge, select the JPEG thumbnail and then choose File > Place > In Photoshop.
D. In Photoshop, choose File > Open, select the JPEG file, set the Format menu to Camera Raw, and
E. In Photoshop, navigate to the JPEG file in Mini Bridge and double-click its thumbnail.
You’ve adjusted a raw photograph in Camera Raw, and you’d like to create a small copy of the adjusted photograph as a JPEG to attach to an email. Which is the best workflow to follow?
A. In Camera Raw, click the Open Image button. Then, in Photoshop, open the Save for Web & Devices
dialog box, and set the format to JPEG, reduce the file size, and click Save.
B. In Camera Raw, click the Save Image button, and save as JPEG. Then open the file in Photoshop,
resize it in the Image Size dialog box, and save as JPEG.
C. In Camera Raw, click the Save Image button, and save as JPEG. Then open the file in Photoshop,
open the Save for Web & Devices dialog box, and set the format to JPEG, reduce the file size, and
D. In Camera Raw, click the Save Image button, and save as JPEG. Then select the file in Mini- Bridge,
choose Tools > Photoshop > Image Processor, and resize and save as JPEG from there.
You have selected the Mixer Brush tool. You want to sample multiple colors from the current image to load in the brush’s paint reservoir. What should you do?
A. Hold the Alt (Windows) or Option (Mac OS) key as you click on the photograph in the document window.
B. Turn on the Load the Brush After Each Stroke button in the Options bar.
C. Hold the Shift key as you click on the photograph in the document window.
D. Switch to the photograph layer and hold the Shift key as you click on the photograph in the document window.
You are using the Merge to HDR command to combine several images. Which Bit Depth will support the full range of luminance values of an HDR image?
A. 8 Bit/Channel
B. 16 Bit/Channel
C. 24 Bit/Channel
D. 32 Bit/Channel
You want to convert a photograph to gray cycle. When you choose image>Mode>gray cycle, the different areas of image appear too similar in tone. Which method should you use to get better results?
A. Add a Black & White adjustment layer.
B. Use Hue/Saturation or Curves to adjust the image’s color range before converting to grayscale.
C. Choose Image > Adjustments > Desaturate.
D. Choose Filter > Convert for Smart Filters before converting to grayscale.
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