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CAP 105 Lesson 3: Photoshop Basics
Transcript of CAP 105 Lesson 3: Photoshop Basics
Used for drawing or shaping images.
RGB vs. CMYK
Adjusting color balance to remove over- or under-saturated colors
to make an image "true" or pleasing to the eye.
Dots per Inch
Referring to an image rendered in 256 shades of gray.
The lightest area of an image. Those with too many highlights lack detail.
A graph that shows brightness values for an image. A balanced image has even, smooth curves with no peaks.
Separate "drawing boards" or "canvasses" in a drawing, CAD or image editing program that are overlaid one on top of the other to complete the picture [that provide more control in editing].
A specific area of an image you mark so that it is not affected by changes you make to the rest of the image.
Information stored about an image within the file; can be the date taken, camera type, author and changes made.
The in-between areas of an image; as compared to the shadows or the highlights.
How sheer or opaque an image is (how much you can see through it).
Raw Image Format
"The basic unit of the composition of an image on a television screen, computer monitor, or similar display."
Pixels per Inch
"A camera raw image file contains minimally processed data from the image sensor of either a digital camera, image scanner, or motion picture film scanner."
How much color is in an image.
The darkest area of an image.
The lightness or darkness of a color.
Tint vs. Shade
"In Photoshop tolerance describes a certain distance between adjacent pixels. Tolerance is used with the Wand Tool for making selections and the Paint Bucket Tool for painting."
Tint = Color Mixed w/ White
Shade = Color Mixed w/ Black
The Words You Know Mean Something Different in Photoshop
What Photoshop calls "importing."
Photoshop Cheat Sheets: