Photoshop Midterm Exam 2

9 Questions | Total Attempts: 50

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Adobe Photoshop Quizzes & Trivia

We may have the basics out of the way, but there’s still an awful lot of ground to cover if you want to become a master of photoshop. This second midterm exam might be a great place to start!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    A way to communicate with other software (applications & operating systems) and hardware (print devices)
    • A. 

      Clipping path

    • B. 

      Color mode

    • C. 

      Preferences

    • D. 

      File format

  • 2. 
    Do graphic file formats represent image data as pixels or as vector graphics
  • 3. 
    What does a native file format do
    • A. 

      Preserve layer and channel information

    • B. 

      List various filters

    • C. 

      Add & subtract from selections

    • D. 

      Allow users to continually edit & adjust images using the PSD file

  • 4. 
    3 popular bitmap formats
    • A. 

      AI

    • B. 

      BMP

    • C. 

      CDR

    • D. 

      JPG

    • E. 

      TIFF

  • 5. 
    3 popular vector formats
    • A. 

      CDR

    • B. 

      AI

    • C. 

      PCX

    • D. 

      CMX

    • E. 

      TIFF

  • 6. 
    Tagged-Image File Format (TIFF)Encapsulated PostScript (EPS)Portable Document Format (PDF)
    • A. 

      Common for multimedia, interactive media & web

    • B. 

      Common for print

  • 7. 
    Graphics Interchange Format (GIF)Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG)Portable Network Graphics (PNG)
    • A. 

      Common for multimedia, interactive media & web

    • B. 

      Common for print

  • 8. 
    How do you save a document in Photoshop for print
    • A. 

      Image -> Image size -> Print

    • B. 

      File -> Save As -> TIFF or Photoshop EPS

    • C. 

      File -> Save for Web & Devices -> JPG

  • 9. 
    How do you save a document in photoshop for the web
    • A. 

      File -> Save As -> TIFF or Photoshop EPS

    • B. 

      File -> Save for Web & Devices -> JPG

    • C. 

      Image -> Image size -> Print

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