Basic Introduction To Adobe Photoshop! Quiz

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Do you like editing images? Are you an amateur or a professional? If yes, then test your creative skills by taking this Adobe Photoshop quiz. This quiz has been created for the graphics designer, amateurs, professionals and novice to test their knowledge of image editing skills and basics. Read the questions carefully and answer. Learn more! Good Luck!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Which of these Photoshop tools lets you paint on your computer screen?

    • A.

      Paintbrush

    • B.

      Gradient Tool

    • C.

      Move Tool

    • D.

      Rubber Stamp Tool

    Correct Answer
    A. Paintbrush
    Explanation
    The Paintbrush tool in Photoshop allows users to paint directly on their computer screen. It is a brush tool that can be used to apply colors, patterns, and textures to an image or document. With the Paintbrush tool, users can adjust the brush size, hardness, and opacity to achieve the desired effect. This tool is commonly used for digital painting, retouching, and adding artistic elements to images.

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  • 2. 

    Which of these tools can copy and recreate an image on your screen?

    • A.

      Paintbrush

    • B.

      Gradient Tool

    • C.

      Move Tool

    • D.

      Rubber Stamp Tool

    Correct Answer
    D. Rubber Stamp Tool
    Explanation
    The Rubber Stamp Tool is the correct answer because it allows users to copy and recreate an image on their screen. This tool works by selecting a source area and then stamping or duplicating that area onto a new location. It is commonly used in graphic design and photo editing software to clone or replicate parts of an image.

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  • 3. 

    Which of these tools lets you select a range of colors?

    • A.

      Paintbrush

    • B.

      Gradient Tool

    • C.

      Magic Wand Tool

    • D.

      Magnifying Glass

    Correct Answer
    C. Magic Wand Tool
    Explanation
    The Magic Wand Tool allows users to select a range of colors by clicking on a specific color within an image. Once selected, the tool automatically selects all adjacent pixels with similar colors, allowing for quick and easy selection of a specific color range. This tool is commonly used in graphic design and photo editing software to make precise selections and apply various effects or adjustments to specific areas of an image.

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  • 4. 

    What does Photoshop automatically do when hen you copy and paste an image onto your screen or you use the text tool?

    • A.

      Makes a new layer

    • B.

      Zooms in

    • C.

      Changes the Foreground Color

    • D.

      Closes the last file

    Correct Answer
    A. Makes a new layer
    Explanation
    When you copy and paste an image onto your screen or use the text tool in Photoshop, the software automatically creates a new layer. This is because Photoshop uses layers to organize and manipulate different elements of an image separately. By creating a new layer, it allows you to work on the copied image or text without affecting the original image or other layers.

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  • 5. 

    Which menu drop down icon should you go to when you can't find the toolbox or brushes palette?

    • A.

      File

    • B.

      Layer

    • C.

      Edit

    • D.

      Window

    Correct Answer
    D. Window
    Explanation
    When you can't find the toolbox or brushes palette, you should go to the "Window" menu drop down icon. This option is likely to contain various sub-menus and options related to the display and arrangement of different toolbars and palettes within the software. By selecting the "Window" option, you will be able to access and open the toolbox or brushes palette, which may have been accidentally closed or hidden.

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  • 6. 

    What does the Eyedropper tool do?

    • A.

      It selects any color you touch on the screen

    • B.

      It selects only your outline color

    • C.

      It drops color onto the screen

    • D.

      You’re not allowed to use this tool

    Correct Answer
    A. It selects any color you touch on the screen
    Explanation
    The Eyedropper tool is used to select any color that you touch on the screen. This tool allows you to sample colors from an image or any other element on the screen, and then use that color for various purposes such as applying it to a different object or editing the image. It is a useful tool for designers and artists who need to match or replicate specific colors in their work.

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  • 7. 

    How can you change colors?

    • A.

      By selecting the foreground color box and choosing a new color

    • B.

      By opening the swatches palette and selecting a color

    • C.

      Neither A or B

    • D.

      Both A and B

    Correct Answer
    D. Both A and B
    Explanation
    Both A and B are correct because in order to change colors, you can either select the foreground color box and choose a new color or open the swatches palette and select a color.

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  • 8. 

    What does the smudge tool look like?

    • A.

      An eraser

    • B.

      An open hand

    • C.

      A pointing finger

    • D.

      An ink blot

    Correct Answer
    C. A pointing finger
    Explanation
    The smudge tool in image editing software is typically represented by a pointing finger icon. This icon symbolizes the action of dragging and smudging pixels on the canvas, simulating the effect of smearing or blending colors together. The pointing finger is commonly used as it conveys the idea of physically manipulating the pixels on the screen with a finger-like gesture.

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  • 9. 

    Drop shadow, inner glow and bevel are examples of _________ you need to use with text.

    • A.

      Filters

    • B.

      Blending options

    • C.

      Image adjustments

    • D.

      Layer modes

    Correct Answer
    B. Blending options
    Explanation
    Drop shadow, inner glow, and bevel are examples of blending options that you can use with text. Blending options allow you to apply various effects and styles to text, such as shadows, glows, and beveled edges. These options can enhance the appearance of text and make it stand out more in your designs. Using blending options effectively can help you create visually appealing and professional-looking text effects.

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  • 10. 

    Pixels represent tiny ________ of colour, which is typically unseen by the naked eye.

    • A.

      Circles

    • B.

      Squares

    • C.

      Inches

    • D.

      Swatches

    Correct Answer
    B. Squares
    Explanation
    Pixels represent tiny squares of color, which is typically unseen by the naked eye. This is because digital images are made up of a grid of pixels, and each pixel is a small square that contains a specific color value. When these pixels are viewed together, they create the illusion of a continuous image. The use of squares as the shape for pixels is a practical choice, as it allows for easy organization and manipulation of the digital image data.

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